Susan Lewis

Introduction to Physics

     You can run but you can't Hyde. This is a dark matter of which you speak. Your options spiral fast and deep, growing weighty as a hill of beans, massive as choice itself. Did I say chase yourself? Chaste, your shelf (this half-life is better than none). Turn back when you get to any destination. You probably expect some sort of view, or maybe a reward for following the rules to their logical conclusions. Think again. Sink again, but don't blink again. In the event of an event, seek the horizon. Call your physicist and go black in the morning. Don't suck me into your empty center--I've already got plenty of nothing to go around. And don't be so dense, going on about destiny, as if the universe resolves around you. The hole problem lacks substance--not that it particularly matters.

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