So thorough the reticence In a guise of "itselfness" That as good goes in trance... And when awakened berzerks The dancers dream Cutting sight for a One Not dull or wide But thin air spatials relaxed To fears of this to that Received as "Manna" truly hidden
Poison for the Prince sounding reek That as chooser chooses the down To fast chutes and the up of quick Until horns blasting He’s here...
Potentially for you in servitude And then for self he’s less For you, but here...comfort
Compassion on other becomes Fire next time hardness (Punitive measure) that sings In the range of potential The song of necessity bloom"
A wiz of "hard" scifi, in Mission of Gravity, first thought up a story about a known world far from this solar bunch; it turns out, though, that that wobbling of 61 Cyg was spurious. At last our starry snooping did find a trio of actual worlds: around 70 Vir, 47 UMa, and 51 P*g.
Rob*rt Charl*s Wilson, in Blind Lak*, in part puts his story on a world of 47 UMa. I don’t know if an author past this, did that with any of our now known worlds. What if a story’s world is now thought "spurious"? Pnakotic is my word for this. "Goldilocks" (70 Vir) now’s too hot...
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"The Flesh Failures
Crackling sounds of rain through blinds intrude, and mercy is a feeding tube. Through dazzling shards of dark a starker mood; mercy is a feeding tube. I sharpen it on stones the stone gods approve. Mercy is a feeding tube. You hold me to a plan of plenitude; mercy is a feeding tube. Among the sharks my hurl is going good, mercy is a feeding tube. A clown knows all the gags that pass for food: mercy is a feeding tube. Inoperable remorse rolls dead eyes and lewd... Mercy is a feeding tube. Mercy is a feeding tube."
"Swinburne's influence upon modern paganism can hardly be overestimated..." --Ronald Hutton, Th* Triumph of th* Moon (1999)
"If I could speak to a spider, I should find it quite impossible to convey to its limited intelligence any conception of our own human world. My obstacle would be its spiderism. Everything that I said would be translated into terms related to its spider-habits and spider-conceptions." --Arthur Constanc*, Th* In*xplicabl* Sky (1956)
"Prim Hurd atends your call, & Palgrave proud, Stonhewer the lewd, & Delaval the loud."
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