Tortoise SongIf there were a door,Abyss of endless comfort in my mind,My mind,It -- would be as unfound by me, as you,as me unfound by you.Halve the distance, reciprocate,Reciprocal in motion, function,Tell me,Can you feel the friction?Can you feel the nearness, proximity to nothing?You know there's only one thing,ICould never do,The variable below the line prevents me,I'm sorry,Achilles, let the tortoise go.I know.In infinity's never ending swallow never hopeto touch,I, Asymptote.
Passover Knight - ch 7Chapter 7Meet My Charming First Crush"This is amazing!" Steve said, grinning over at Sam and the Princess; he was pointing at a giant cactus that sort of looked like a giant thorny octopus.Kathryn and Sam nodded wearily, they'd seen the plant before and both were itching to move on. "Uh," Sam said, as Steve gaped at the plant with an open mouthed grin, "we're gonna go on
you'll catch up to us later?"Steve nodded, not even listening.They trudged on, and Steve was left alone with the plant
and me. "Wow." Steve breathed out loud for possibly the hundredth time, and I pounced on him.Of course, it didn't look like I'd pounced on him; I made it seem as if I simply hadn't seen him and had bumped into the dork. He staggered back a couple of steps till he practically sat down in a big orange pot, that held a nice collection of small green balls
that sported tiny needle sharp thorns. He yelped and jumped up, and I did my best to look concerned, "Steve," I cried, "Are you