The last Pi-Archimedes poem post. It’s not much, but I am getting ready for a reading tonight—and tomorrow is National Poetry Writing Month!
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A new Pi-Archimedes poem. Not actually the last one for the month—and not actually Pi-Archimedes in form (it has an extra line)—but it’s better than the one I wrote this morning, and now I can read it tomorrow…
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A new Pi-Archimedes poem. Actually, a combination of two of them. Neither feels strong enough alone—but together they reinforce each other quite nicely.
Continue reading “Two cosmic jokes (a poem)”
A new Pi-Archimedes poem. I generally don’t like my poems to be topical, but I made the mistake of listening to one of the GOP blowhards speaking ahead of the scheduled vote on AHCA…
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A new Pi-Archimedes poem. The title comes from a prompt I saw on tumblr; when I tried it, it felt right.
Continue reading “Quiet laughter (a poem)”