Thursday, August 26, 2010

Institute Of Anybody

Wingless nests from above, they talk to reach the dead.
They're not averse to saying goodnight, although
they hardly practice sleep. And if they are small,

it's usually because they're autonomous.
Good homes, oil and robots in black-body sunlight,
scrubbing a burnt orange with ice and mayonnaise,

mopped out a flattened poppy, pasteurized in hollow tubes,
thin roosts and crevices cast about a tan bed.
And if they're good, it's usually because they are small.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

MIT unveils swimming, oil-cleaning robots
Health Care and Bed Bugs
Egg recall scrambles confidence

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