Ode to Parabolic Joy

Ode to Parabolic Joy

By Ivor the Fire Giant, as he lay near death

having cheated death twice not sure if he would survive, Ivor wanted to leave a lasting memorial

(in brackets reflective thought)

I wanna throw Rocks!
I love to throw Rocks!

(Rocks birthed in loving heat, molten joy.)

I wanna throw Rocks!
I love to throw Rocks!

(Gallileo’s law of inertia loving proof of the obvious attraction of the wonderous molten core)

I wanna throw Rocks!
I love to throw Rocks!

(Restore their lost heat! Heideous cold banished! What favour do we bestow on the those sundered from Motherr Fire!)

I wanna throw Rocks!
I love to throw Rocks!

(Heated rocks, coddled by thier proto form do rocks rememberr thier own birth? Do they long to return?)

I wanna throw Rocks!
I love to throw Rocks!

I wanna throw Rocks!
I love to throw Rocks!

Ode to Parabolic Joy

Polychotomy buhrger