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Author Topic: Poem#5  (Read 722 times)
Description: Patterns of proportion
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« on: April 08, 2012, 03:55:39 PM »

Am curious to mine your thoughts, poetical or not,
On ways the Music of the Spheres
With fractals may be fraught.
Earlier I called a fractal just a simple dot.
Am now advised (mild chagrin)
That it is, frankly, not.




fraught, you say..? head banging wall blindfold
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