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Minus Stephen Hawking
5 56%
4 44%
Voters: 9.
winner goes to gold final. other goes to compete for bronze.
4 days only. vote now.
do not vote for your own piece.

-- Minus Stephen Hawking --

as light can be measured in strength
and torn apart by physics
every physicist can damn his mind
and blindly walk towards it

and though the left-minded writer’s
knowledge of physics may be slim
he knows life well enough
that he can write light-hearted poems.


Send me LED messages in Morse code.
I want to hear you across the galaxies.

You left for another planet,
in a rocket full of smokey exhalations
and mind-numbing conversations.

After all I want you to know is:

.. .-.. --- ...- . -.-- --- ..-

but, light doesn't travel too fast
through hazy nights.

^ I agree with your disagreement, though I enjoyed both pieces. I honestly think the title was the best part of the first, whereas the second has great flow and feel to it.
On the eight day we spoke back...

let there be sound.
Last edited by Billyjson at Jul 27, 2008,
Final two lines of the first won this for me, second seemed hugely too impersonal.
^ You didn't vote for it, but I'll take that as a high compliment because I'm in the mood to do so
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