Once Again I Prove the Theory of Relativity - Study Guide Summary Summary & Analysis

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"Once Again I Prove the Theory of Relativity" is a poem about a woman's love for an absent lover on whom she would dote and delight if he were to return and stay, though she fears he will not do so.

As the poem begins, the narrator addresses her absent lover and tells him all the wonderful, creative things she would do if he were to return to her. She says she would treasure him as if he were a lost Matisse painting; she would dance and sing like a Taiwanese diva, and she would even laugh like the little dog that watches the cow jump over the moon.

The woman's creativity would increase if her lover would return, and she would tell stories like a clown and paint clouds on the walls of her home. In addition to the whimsy, the home would be prepared...

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