she will not SWOON

A cut-text poem formed from words in Samuel Johnson's "A Dictionary of the English Language" (1818).  The phrase "airy nothing" comes from Shakespeare.  Background figure from an out-of-copyright math and astronomy illustrations text.

A cut-text poem formed from words in Samuel Johnson’s “A Dictionary of the English Language” (1818). The phrase “airy nothing” comes from Shakespeare. Background figure from an out-of-copyright math and astronomy illustrations text.

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  1. Good Evening: Nice work! Is the large telescope in the triangular mounting a picture of Herschel’s 40-foot creation? Vonn Scott Bair

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