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Sunday Odds at the Tables of Monte Carlo
by Marvin Eli Kirsh

Sunday, September 06, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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To be objective

A stationery object

   was supposed to exist

      so they proposed it existed

        As a mathematical auxiliary ancillary  suggested postulate

          they accepted 

                     as they were thinking

                and not moving around too much

                   to be disturbed in their thought

                     or to become over wraught

                      to be victim of introduced excess variables

                         in their tabulations

How far  they moved from what they supposed

                                   to what they proposed

    they found coud not be measured

well scientifically 

   once they realized they had moved in the process

         or whether  with respect to Saint Peter at the gate

           as all that could be their real purpose

             the fires of hell or

               an eternal marriage with heaven

                  at any time or date

                   as a stationery place

              They had only supposed to propose

                 without proof

                      that Saint Peter                           

          .             thought, supposed and proposed in the same.way.


  And set on a search to find a stationery object 

                 And began with a stated paradox           

 I f you want to marry

    you have to suppose

       you will find someone

          with whom to propose

 In other words 

    that there will always be

                     two agents

                         that can be supposed

                           to be stationery with respect to

                               one another

                 only after it is supposed  they are both stationery 

                           in order to propose

                               an accepted proposal

It is not always the  case

    that both the corporal and incorporal aspects of life

          will find  another at the same time and place

              in order to make the same motions together 

                          to  mate.

And they asked of the premise

    what is always  the case for certain

     that it is aways the case

       that either the motions or stillnesses

                 that makes for intercourse

         are always             

               always have no mate

                  sure as the tree

                    in my yard

                       makes my bed

                          but does not move to mate

    And they were relieved,

              unstressed that they had supposed correctly

                     from the start

        Though they still cannot prove

            whether or not

               Saint Peter might ever move

                 or the gates

                     to heaven or hell

                         take new position  some other place.  .


Marvin E. Kirsh













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Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 9/9/2009
A well written piece,take care


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