String, Donuts, Bubbles and Me

By Wayne Visser

According to scientists
The world’s made of string
That buzzes and fuzzes
Or some such strange thing
It’s also a donut
That curls round a hole
With middles and riddles
Just like a fish bowl
And there’s no mistaking
It’s more than 3-D
With twenty or plenty
Dimensions unseen
Still others insist
It’s really a bubble
That’s popping and bopping
Through the lenses of Hubble
Or is it just a big boom bang
That speeds to its goal
Of whirling and swirling
Into a black hole
My view is different:
The whole galaxy
Is milky and silky
And spins around me!

Wayne Visser © 2008


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