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Had a Historical Binge

Had A Historical Binge

We had been on a historical binge
So we decided to visit Stonehenge;
Was such a sight of rock and stone;
Some were standing upright all alone.

A local historian here had often hinted
A religious sect may have represented
Of all those going there to be blessed
After each of their sins was confessed.

Might be men from Mars or other stars
Who turned rock's gravity into small bars
Using theories of relativity and negativity
And applied them to concept of gravity.

Rocks floated in air and fit firmly into place
What happened no longer can find a trace;
An answer for while we have been waiting
And predictions would follow speculating.

James Thomas Horn, Retired Soldier
Have had a terrible cold if you are
wondering about my lack of activity.


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