Steven Hawking Is So Sexy

“FINE LINE”, 11X11X4,M/M


I say “IS”

Because he’d want us to remember what he taught us about black holes and such:

That matter just gets gobbled up and redistributed

“…like burning an encyclopedia. It changes into smoke and ash so actually still there but harder to read.”

Yeah…as he aged his teeth jutted out and he looked crumply

But few of us turned away, did we?


We watched carefully in awe as his devoted students fed him.

We read about his jokes: to prime minister he says: “I deal with tough mathematical questions every day but please don’t ask me to help with Brexit”

And trying out what it feels like in zero gravity for fun.

We heard him say “..anyone who boasts about their IQ is a loser”

And listened as he explained string theory to us toddlers.

He lived sooooooooo widely

And punctuated the gravity of his challenges with a grin.

Absolutely disarming!

Knowing he had that grin in him made it seem like he’d be open to a hug if I ever saw him in an airport.

I wish I could have been his dinner companion just once.

The crip jokes we could tell!

He told us in interviews that even though he is physically disabled he tries not to be spiritually disabled too..(grinning).

So- to me his beautiful mind, unhidden vulnerability, sense of humor, humility, kind of adorable crumpliness, love of women (he had a number of big loves in his life), intention to distill math and science mega-thought into words we toddlers could grasp instead of just writing for his colleagues , his mixture of warrior and leprechaun spirit and a sassiness that just popped out at times

Makes him very sexy to me.

I love you, Steven Hawking.


4 Responses to “Steven Hawking Is So Sexy”

  1. Barbara McDaniel on March 15th, 2018

    thank you darling – i never gave him much attention, and your love and words have given me a new view. i’m grateful. and by the way – your appreciation is sexy too! much love, barbie

  2. Karren Sahler on March 15th, 2018

    Thank you, dear, for putting into words what I could not. He was one of my heroes and the world is a lesser place without him. In sympathy and gratitude, Karren

  3. Alexandra Eldridge on March 15th, 2018

    Thanks, Kathy, for saying it all for us! Another hero that will live with us forever. xxA

  4. Debra Moody on March 16th, 2018

    As always, bravo!

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