Monday, May 25, 2015


Being on a train reminds me of angels
Not here, not there, both and neither.
It is just a story that the revolted ones
Populate Hell. All and none of them rebelled;
For convenience, they use different names
Depending on their location. In Heaven
Michael is Satan's indomitable foe. In Hell
He has a pied-a-terre, calls himself Beelzebub,
 And is Satan's trustworthy lieutenant.

Two rows away, Schrödinger’s cat
Is free in a woman’s lap and in his box
And lolling in the seat across the aisle.
Schrödinger, poor fellow, is dead. His will
Is in a language no one but cats can read.

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