Syllogism Syndrome

Following Aristotle's philosophy,
a tape deck releases that within,
as a tape encloses harmony, for certain:
Together, two set a prisoner free -
one to return, though reluctantly,

but I danced with Q -
the thorn of the rose in my teeth
has not left my lips

Yet it would seem side Q is sheer abyss,
for I hear not a strain of breath;
perhaps logic is not false, but rather that
Q never had a face - such absurdity, really -
or the eyes are whitewashed behind the mask

but I danced with Q -
the thorn of the rose in my teeth
has not left my lips

And so, quite precisely speaking
from between lined shreds of a garden,
Aristotle would give timeless reason to overlook
what may recoil from behind a grim fa├žade -
unquestionably, the syllogism is correct?

but I danced with Q -
the thorn of the rose in my teeth
has not left my lips

Unbearably half, a night without darkness,
could you reveal that you don't care?
"Oh, curse one further point;
there are a million reasons; but are they right?"
Ah, don't question Stockholm syndrome

but I danced with Q -
the thorn of the rose in my teeth
has not left my lips

Seek windfall to fit those words on the tape
I can suppose that the thread ran short.

May 7, 2005

A/N - Inspired by something I learned in math...what is it about math and science that is so inspiring?