The Triumph of Schrödinger’s Cat

Though of two minds he played it cool,
   True to the sacred feline rule,
Convinced he could not be a crime,
   Both cat and carcass at one time,
So for a pulse he dared to feel
   To see which one of him was real,
And thus a quaint monstrosity
   Was killed by curiosity.

Ed Morris, 2014



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