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You act as if you don't want to know,
So you sit there and cover your nose.
But everyone is curious to find out,
The continuity of the theorem of time!
If you can take a Schwarzschild Radius,
And the density of mass at a singularity,
Then maybe gravity can be bent to a point,
Where you can create a wormhole in space.
Then, all things being equal, add relativity,
Where the space/time continuum coexist.
And with the gravity that we have just bent,
We can change the density of mass, matter,
So that an Event Horizon can open a gateway,
Leading to another place in space or time.
If you are lost then may I suggest to you,
To study the propositions that are set forth,
To a truth the mind cannot seem to find.
And so tonight I will sit down and reason,
In my mind I will calculate a solution,
A theorem, as I might say, for time travel!
All of the equations are there for me to see,
It is just getting past the density,
Of my thick head!

Rîchård Açévédø
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Submitted on February 21, 2017

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Closest metre Iambic pentameter
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Stanzas 2
Stanza Lengths 23, 2

The Pinocchiø Poet

Aka: The Pinocchio Poet! I was posting poems on this site 7 years ago. There are over 400 poems posted under Richard Acevedo, Richard Gus Acevedo, and now under Rîchård Açévédø. I am no critic, but I love to write! If you write then you deserve my respect, not my criticism! I am not here to make rhymes, I am here to write! more…

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