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POEM: Beauty

By Berniegourley @berniegourley
POEM: Beauty

People prefer a face that can launch a thousand ships to one that can stop a clock. But did the clock-stopping face break the clockwork mechanism or halt the steady increase in entropy?

[Speaking of entropy, and it's insistence on increase, a more disordered face reflects a more advanced state of progression, and yet that advancement isn't honored.]

Back to the clock-stopping face. Breaking the brittle plastic gears of a mass-made clock is no great feat compared to ship-launching. But binding up the inexorable flow of the universe? That's power.

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