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Far Enough

In the intermittently Euclidian space
of cities, parallel lines may intersect
if you follow them far enough.
	The only way
to know is to follow one
far enough. Riemann's map is no
better. The whole thing could go flat
in time, and you would find yourself
thinking n dimensions when you should
be thinking two, lost in lines
that appear to be points, planes
that appear to be
lines, lines that lie
side by side and do not think
forever far enough.