By: Anthony Mathews
Competition Year: 2012
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Billions and billions,
And he was still wrong,
Trillions and trillions,
And we're still going strong,
Stars more numerous,
Than one man could ever see,
That is the numinous,
And it's where I'd like to be.

So if I had a month left to wizen,
I know where I'd want to go,
To the cusp of an Event Horizon,
Spread across a billion years,
What could be more amazing?
More grandiose?
More appraising?
Than telling the universe, adiĆ³s.
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