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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Elusive Glory

I wish I’d been chosen to find the Higgs boson. What wonders I’d witness, what secrets I’d learn! In spellbinding lectures with facts, not conjectures, I’d silence the skeptics and wow ‘em at CERN! I’d read from my article touting my particle. “Key to creation!” I’d say. “Yin and yang!” The geeks would be gawking.  [...]

Drawing the Line

I’ve never been a perfect saint, I’ll readily concede. I’ve parked my car in loading zones. I’ve smoked a little weed. In a penny ante poker game I may have palmed an ace. But I’ve never, to my knowledge, even tried to eat a face! You can say a face looks “tasty” with a bright, [...]