Monday, March 12, 2012

Reform School

Reform School

The rich feel of things
has deepened my clarity,
flipped into whipped cream.
Years ago I ate
whipped cream by the gobs and got
a headache from my
hunger for sweet fat.
You've gone and changed my thieving,
Sweetie, just like that.

‎March ‎12, ‎2012 7:32 PM

Another Kind Of Whipped Cream

Although "only" about 250,000 galaxies are shown in the above image, the entire Universe is estimated to have at least hundreds of billions of galaxies, spread out over a spherical region about a million times larger in diameter than our galaxy is.

Image of the visible universe by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.


  1. The second whipped cream whet my appetite for adventure and life beyond the here and now.

    "The rich feel of things has deepened my clarity." Love these lines. (Hugs)Indigo

  2. The galaxies are certainly beyond the here and now. You cannot see what and where they are now, only what they were then and there, basically billions of years ago. They are much farther away now, billions of miles further, driven we are told by the expansion of space/time itself. This is perhaps sourced in something we have never seen or sensed, dark energy. We are forced to theorize dark energy but it may be that we will find a reason eventually to deconstruct all we know once again.


The chicken crossed the road. That's poultry in motion.

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