Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Dynamic Duo

Paranoia and anxiety go hand in hand A happier marriage I cannot disband But please, keep distance; may I remain un-frayed? Once a thought enters, you I cannot dissuade Episodes result in the most maladroit of actions All sorts of … Continue reading

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Unresolved

I love my life, I hate my life, Behavior of the rupture in my being – The wonderful and beautiful it keeps me from seeing Creating self-loathing, asinine behavior; A constantly vociferous inner struggle, Fatigue inches me ever close to … Continue reading

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Neural Networks

When you say anything, I know you are lying It’s just a result of the Synaptic connections your brain is tying And while your neurons are impressive Your logical cognition remains repressive From your dendrites to your Synaptic Connections Your … Continue reading

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Surfin’ Joe

Joe was an ant that wanted to surf Though Joe knew ants we’re supposed to stick to the earth And as he’d carried leaves to and fro Joe would fantasize about hanging lose and being called “bro” People from miles … Continue reading

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Mathematics

Unlike those who, of you, have much to reproach I’m not here to take your name and besmirch (it) Hitherto there has not been a subject so pure At least nothing that defies your intoxicating allure Perhaps that’s why others … Continue reading

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Crunch Time

Language Translation and Automata Begets the use of Encyclopedia Britannica Because Lexical Analysis can be hard If it’s actual inner-workings you must regard Then it’s good ol’ Physics Gotta study the fundamental concepts it constantly revisits Gauss’ Law and anything … Continue reading

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Curiously Strong

Never thought I’d see the day That peppermint actually packed a punch A hundred percent natural and either-way They’re a curiously strong bunch Produced under King George the third A two hundred year old mint, now that’s unheard (of) I … Continue reading

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