Originally published March 31, 2018, this piece was part of a series of prompts and responses that I requisitioned from friends and family. The prompt, via an old family friend named Heidi Whitney, was "Quantum Science and Morphic Resonance", and my task was to write a poem to capture these concepts. "Quantum Science and Morphic … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “Quantum Science and Morphic Resonance”
This is Not a poem, At least not As you are used to, But I Have been quiet; It is not for lack of love, As I have missed you dearly, I simply had Nothing to say. I finally have Something to say.
The Earth is alive Even when it is sleeping Under so many layers Of ice and debris Clinging tightly To the frozen ground As loose debris blows Gently over the layered snow Traveling From place to place Participating In an equation far too complex to be captured within the realm of our understanding An equation … Continue reading Life, and the Path It Follows
The cold slips in Through the thin sheets of glass which separate What lies within From the outer world And over time A chill is felt As hairs stand on end A warning A call for warmth and a reminder That harsh conditions exist Just inches from the space we inhabit Inhospitable Unfriendly Improbable and … Continue reading The Cold Slips In
From smashing rocks To smashing atoms; The human learns: Wonder Is a doorway To understanding, And understanding Is a world of open doors.
I have come to believe, or at least suspect, that one of the many major flaws with our current social structure and indeed our current status as a race of human beings that will be uncovered by future generations (should there be any), is that there is a serious lack of positive interaction, perhaps able … Continue reading On the Value of Positive Interaction Between Dissimilar Entities, or The Unfolding Tragedy of the Modern Human Interplay
Note: This post is part of a series of prompts and responses that I requisitioned from friends and family. The prompt, via Heidi Whitney, was "Quantum Science and Morphic Resonance". Dew drops on boughs and branches Still Quiet Calm The owl rests on limbs long lifeless As daring desperate rodents take their chances The morning's … Continue reading Quantum Science and Morphic Resonance