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Linux Songs Poems

Fortune: 241 - 250 of 719 from Linux Songs Poems

Linux Songs Poems:  241 of 719

I see a bad moon rising.
I see trouble on the way.
I see earthquakes and lightnin'
I see bad times today.
Don't go 'round tonight,
It's bound to take your life.
There's a bad moon on the rise.
                -- J. C. Fogerty, "Bad Moon Rising"
 
Linux Songs Poems:  242 of 719

I see the eigenvalue in thine eye,
I hear the tender tensor in thy sigh.
Bernoulli would have been content to die
Had he but known such a-squared cos 2(phi)!
                -- Stanislaw Lem, "Cyberiad"
 
Linux Songs Poems:  243 of 719

I sent a letter to the fish,            I said it very loud and clear,
I told them, "This is what I wish."     I went and shouted in his ear.
The little fishes of the sea,           But he was very stiff and proud,
They sent an answer back to me.         He said "You needn't shout so loud."
The little fishes' answer was           And he was very proud and stiff,
"We cannot do it, sir, because..."      He said "I'll go and wake them if..."
I sent a letter back to say             I took a kettle from the shelf,
It would be better to obey.             I went to wake them up myself.
But someone came to me and said         But when I found the door was locked
"The little fishes are in bed."         I pulled and pushed and kicked and
                                                knocked,
I said to him, and I said it plain      And when I found the door was shut,
"Then you must wake them up again."     I tried to turn the handle, But...

        "Is that all?" asked Alice.
        "That is all." said Humpty Dumpty. "Goodbye."
 
Linux Songs Poems:  244 of 719

I sent a message to another time,
But as the days unwind -- this I just can't believe,
I sent a message to another plane,
Maybe it's all a game -- but this I just can't conceive.
...
I met someone who looks at lot like you,
She does the things you do, but she is an IBM.
She's only programmed to be very nice,
But she's as cold as ice, whenever I get too near,
She tells me that she likes me very much,
But when I try to touch, she makes it all too clear.
...
I realize that it must seem so strange,
That time has rearranged, but time has the final word,
She knows I think of you, she reads my mind,
She tries to be unkind, she knows nothing of our world.
                -- ELO, "Yours Truly, 2095"
 
Linux Songs Poems:  245 of 719

I shot a query into the net.
I haven't got an answer yet,            A posted message called me rotten
But seven people gave me hell           For ignoring mail I'd never gotten;
And said I ought to learn to spell;     An angry message asked me, Please
                                        Don't send such drivel overseas;
A lawyer sent me private mail
And swore he'd slap my ass in jail --   One netter thought it was a hoax:
I'd mentioned Un*x in my gem            "Hereafter, post to net dot jokes!";
And failed to add the T and M;          Another called my grammar vile
                                        And criticized my writing style.
Each day I scan each Subject line
In hopes the topic will be mine;
I shot a query into the net.
I haven't got an answer yet...
                -- Ed Nather
 
Linux Songs Poems:  246 of 719

I stood on the leading edge,
The eastern seaboard at my feet.
"Jump!" said Yoko Ono
I'm too scared and good-looking, I cried.
Go on and give it a try,
Why prolong the agony, all men must die.
                -- Roger Waters, "The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking"
 
Linux Songs Poems:  247 of 719

I think that I shall never hear
A poem lovelier than beer.
The stuff that Joe's Bar has on tap,
With golden base and snowy cap.
The stuff that I can drink all day
Until my mem'ry melts away.
Poems are made by fools, I fear
But only Schlitz can make a beer.
 
Linux Songs Poems:  248 of 719

I think that I shall never see
A billboard lovely as a tree.
Indeed, unless the billboards fall
I'll never see a tree at all.
                -- Ogden Nash
 
Linux Songs Poems:  249 of 719

I think that I shall never see
A thing as lovely as a tree.
But as you see the trees have gone
They went this morning with the dawn.
A logging firm from out of town
Came and chopped the trees all down.
But I will trick those dirty skunks
And write a brand new poem called 'Trunks'.
 
Linux Songs Poems:  250 of 719

"I thought that you said you were 20 years old!"
"As a programmer, yes," she replied,
"And you claimed to be very near two meters tall!"
"You said you were blonde, but you lied!"
Oh, she was a hacker and he was one, too,
They had so much in common, you'd say.
They exchanged jokes and poems, and clever new hacks,
And prompts that were cute or risque'.
He sent her a picture of his brother Sam,
She sent one from some past high school day,
And it might have gone on for the rest of their lives,
If they hadn't met in L.A.
"Your beard is an armpit," she said in disgust.
He answered, "Your armpit's a beard!"
And they chorused: "I think I could stand all the rest
If you were not so totally weird!"
If she had not said what he wanted to hear,
And he had not done just the same,
They'd have been far more honest, and never have met,
And would not have had fun with the game.
                -- Judith Schrier, "Face to Face After Six Months of
                Electronic Mail"
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