A foggy, cold, November morning. Lincoln spoke,
following a 2-hour oratory with two minutes
because he knew “we can not dedicate —
we cannot consecrate — we cannot hallow” ground
covered, uncovered by grass and snow. Remembered.
Though we are now very far apart,
I feel connected to you again like
Einstein’s “spooky action at a distance” but
I have no scientific explanation for it –
no fear of the darkness of ghosts.
[For more about the science of entanglement and why Einstein viewed it as “spooky,” see my post at Weekends in Paradelle.]