Physics And Love - Poem by RIC BASTASA

do not ever think that parallel lines
never meet

that is what geometry is teaching
you, because it is all linear and straight and

because the Pythagorean theorem
after all
has not proved that at the tips of
the possibility that a heart grows
is so remote
on a chance of
winning a lotto game

in quantum physics
light bends to the bosom of

in love too
distance does not matter
darkness bends
to light
kings kneel on the legs
of slaves
crowns fall

and tongues love
what ordinary mortals detest

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 20, 2010

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