Morse love poem

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Morse love poem

Book of poetry "La Glace"
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This is surely the first love poem in the world translated into a Morse code for a little mermaid.

The Morse Code for S.O.S is (· · · - - - · · ·). In this form my four lines are surely the very first love poem S.O.S, in Morse signal, the language of the SOS common to all the castaways.

On the map, I obviously put the Morse signal in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, at the latitude and longitude of the most famous S.O.S ever issued, that of the Titanic!

The Morse signal makes it possible to transmit in turn the letters constituting a text through impulses here sound, each letter having its own coding.

It is a bivalent telegraph code, according to which characters and different functions are represented by groups of two working signal elements, a dot and a dash, separated by rest elements of varying lengths.

This invention by Samuel Morse, who was a painter, dates from 1844 when we start to produce electricity continuously and a year before the electromagnet was discovered.

It was when he returned to the United States on a liner that he began to imagine a transmission system carried by this electricity which was at the time in all mouths and in all experiments.

Poem translated into morse (501 idioms)