Thursday, August 13, 2009

Science and poetry

Speaking of science and poetry (see discussion of how lots of poets make extensive use of the sciences) here's a found - well, not exactly found - poem that was, er, thrust upon me in a spam e-mail touting... what else?... a swell bit of scientific progress, Viagra; I quote it in its entirety:

Oman. "Day before yesterday in the morning. He went away about half-past eight as he usually does," she replied. And then she added a question of her own: "Was he here day before yesterday?" The merchant nodded and pressed an electric bell. Then he rose from his seat and pulled up a chair for his visitor. "Sit down here. This thing has frig

1 comment:

LindaHeck said...

This thing has frig
This beat is sick