27 thoughts on “Thirst

    • Now that’s the best comment for this poem, actually! My mission is completed… I’m happy! So… with sugar and milk, yes? ❤

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    • Thank you… Yes, Ry, you’re right! I thought of it too 🙂
      I remember that rollicking post (I felt like I’m on the tiny raft in the middle of the storming ocean)… Wow! Now I learned how to swim and enjoy with huge waves of deep blue Ry 🙂

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    • You’re welcome! I enjoy making heads spin I guess, all in good fun for mutual amusement like a Merry-go-Round ride though… I didn’t mention this in my post yesterday, but “ri” in Norwegian Bokmål actually means “ride”! lol

      “Grandmaster games are said to begin with novelty, which is the first move of the game that exits the book. It could be the fifth, it could be the thirty-fifth. We think about a chess game as beginning with move one and ending with checkmate. But this is not the case. The games begins when it gets out of book, and it end when it goes into book..And this is why Game 6 [between Garry Kasparov and Deep Blue] didn’t count…Tripping and falling into a well on your way to the field of battle is not the same thing as dying in it…Deep Blue is only itself out of book; prior to that it is nothing. Just the ghosts of the game itself.”
      ― Brian Christian, The Most Human Human: What Talking with Computers Teaches Us About What It Means to Be Alive

      (I need to learn how to play real chess and not just wordpress chess, as I’d probably enjoy it too! lol)

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