Dear Stephen Hawking would you invent
A machine that would make me out of size
That I would crawl down beside your ears
And go swimming deep inside your mind

I would hover on the edge of physics
And see the universe from your eyes
But this is bordering unobsessive
Because I think about you all the time

Everybody attracts every other body
With the force that is proportional to the mass of each body

It's got me thinking about your love life
You left your first wife for your last
She gave you sunstroke but then you left her
Now you're alone in your universe

Light travels a finite speed
This was fast discovered in 1676

So can you calculate love at first sight
Or a happy marigge or what is right
Or did your heart beat even faster
Than the speed of light when you kissed her


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