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March 18, 2012

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zongrik

interesting take -> some people are magic, and they know how to serve the greatest good. that's a very optimistic way of looking at it all

angular acceleration

Jj Roa Rodriguez

Good take! .. :-)

JJRod'z

laurie kolp

Great take on the picture prompt, Julie.

brian miller

smiles...i think some do have the magic that makes the gears turn in this world...its all in how they use that power though....

Sue

Yes, for good and for ill.

=)

Livingintheeasternwoodlands.blogspot.com

Oh, for the magic wand that swerves for the greatest good. Yet, what's good for one, isn't necessarily good for another or good for everyone. Responding to a scientific poem, with a mathematical poem is brilliant, Julie. Your poem is wonderful. Thank you for sharing this.

Tess Kincaid

I want a magic wand...

kristen haskell

Delightful

Doctor FTSE

Very interesting form. Pity the lines get longer so quickly . .

James

I like the image of an essential someone operating the gears that move the plates... the wrench as wand. Very nice.

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