by Robert Lloyd Jaffe
Consider an airplane, of elegant design
pulsing through its veins,
all knowledge of mankind.
Streaking through the sky - electronic flight;
and only a tiny chip to control all that might.
If a teacher can learn from his student
as we know he can certainly do
then what lesson must be taken from this creation,
what hope for the future anew?
The answer should not surprise
anyone with half-open eyes -
that something small is not weak,
as what seems far away may be soon,
and may we all have the vision to see
that silence can quiet a room.
Last updated May 06, 2016