RIC S. BASTASA


passing the inkblot test


a butterfly is a butterfly
is a butterfly

and batman is batman
and the clown is nothing but a clown

do not make the bat fly
do not let the clown splash in melting butter

and just be the man that you are
stay there do not float in air

it is just an ink that blots in its reflection
it is just a piece of paper on your hand
it is just stationery

do not give movements where movements are not there
always remember newton

an object at rest will always be at rest
and an object in motion will always be in motion

unless acted upon by an unequal and opposite force.
stay calm, now take your glass of water and then
swallow your medicine.

how can you ever faill this test again?

Submitted: Saturday, November 22, 2008
Edited: Saturday, November 22, 2008

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