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Jerry Behr Number 2

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Sailing the Graviton Seas


Searing photons, electromagnetic cosmic rays;
The galactic graveyards of the Quasar Islands where galaxies end their days.
The mysteries of the graviton and the relative mechanical quantum currents.
Around the Quasar Islands going beyond the speed of endurance,
Protons and neutrons fly apart into elementary particles.

Sailing the graviton seas, we are all sailing the graviton seas.
Its quantum currents swirl the graviton seas.

At the Quasar Islands there is a black hole whirlpool,
For the unwary galactic sailor it means certain death.
The graviton seas are furious and strong at the Quasar Islands,
Nothing escapes the black hole whirlpool, least of all galaxies.
In the galactic death throws, searing photons, electromagnetic cosmic rays;

Sailing the graviton seas, we are all sailing the graviton seas.
Its quantum currents swirl the graviton seas.

Long before galaxies meet their destinies at Quasar Island,
They cartwheel on the graviton seas.
For untold billions of years their embracing arms curl around
The center of creation, giving life to billions of stars,
And the stars in turn giving life to untold worlds.

Sailing the graviton seas, we are all sailing the graviton seas.
Its quantum currents swirl the graviton seas.

In the gravitational waves does the graviton pull,
Or is it that matter tugs on the waves,
Is it falling or is it tugging.
Such are the mysteries of the seas,
The mysteries of the graviton seas.

Sailing the graviton seas, we are all sailing the graviton seas.
Its quantum currents swirl the graviton seas.

As the galaxies cartwheel along the graviton seas, filled with billions
Of stars and untold worlds, there on the universal horizon inside the
Quasar Island is the black hole whirlpool. Looming
Mercilessly with quantum power, tugging, drawing, all the
Untold worlds, the best of worlds ever closer to eternity.

Sailing the graviton seas, we are all sailing the graviton seas.
Its quantum currents swirl the graviton seas.


(20/7/2002)

Submitted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Edited: Thursday, May 12, 2011

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