Saturday, August 15, 2009

Genetic Algorithms - 3D Abstract #100

A hundred.



A handful of cherries
She gave me in passing,
The wizened old woman,
And wished me good luck--

And again I was dreaming,
A boy in the sunshine,
And life but an orchard
Of cherries to pluck.


Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, "Cherries".

7 comments:

itzktb said...

How funny! I looked at this and thought it was so pretty, and I said to myself, "Picking berries!" Then, I found my word verification code was "Picks!"

I really love this one, C., very gentle in its vibration.

runnerfrog said...

Thanks, cherry pie.

runnerfrog said...

Heeheeheehee .

itzktb said...

You're welcome, pumpkin. ;)

Will Doohan said...

Ahh, a new and interesting creature, that is not genetically related to the others you have produced in your laboratory, Your Imperial Madness. :-D

As always, remember not to let it get outside.

runnerfrog said...

Torale! Remember the pumpkin muffin? There are small genius ideas all around New York.

Will, His Imperial Frogness is working on a little creature responsible for the frog flu, and on its accidental escape.

itzktb said...

Will: you're talking about ME, right? ;)