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    32 December
    by D.L. Robinson
    There was once
    a mysterious
    genius
    from Surrey
    who, in a flurry
    ploughed through stories
    books and series
    from Ceres
    cultivating cereus
    to serious
    cereal killers
    Travelling worlds
    surreal
    faster than light
    fighting beasts with wit
    unmatched in verse
    immersed in a patch
    of time
    Now
    is the zenith
    of the brightest star
    Sirius
    the moment
    when the end, is the beginning
    So, my friend!
    Let us all be our own Einstein

    Author's_note()
    {
    It is interesting to note that Ceres was, to the ancient Romans, the goddess of agriculture, fertility and motherly relationships. Her counterpart is Demeter, in Greek mythology.

    Ceres' name may derive from the hypothetical Proto-Indo-European root *ker, meaning "to grow", which is also a possible root for many English words, such as "cereal", "create", "grow", "kernel", "corn", and "increase".
    The unmanned Dawn spacecraft is scheduled to arrive at Ceres, a dwarf planet, in early 2015.
    Some species of night-blooming cereus, such as 'Christ in the Manger', bloom only once a year. It is a cactus.

    (Cheers to a splendiferous new year everyone!)
    }


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