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Otherworldly altocumulus clouds

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Fossilizing silence

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Poetry dusts off the rust from eons spent fossilizing silence.

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Rhythm to entropy

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A canopy of clouds collapse upon the sun, rays shattered with a sharpness akin to countless lightning strikes atop shore pine skeletons. Dead silence rings absolute before the swells rise  and rain tap dances on…

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Slippery slope

My left  & right brain are at tug-of-war amid gray  matter muck, I am the go-between referee on a slippery slope of thought.

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Hemispheric perspectives

Logic-based left brain simply sees a painting. Emotion-based right brain multi-tasks, it feels the moment while painting the bigger picture.

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Put your funny bone to the test with They Might Be Giants!

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My favorite, most quirky band, “They Might Be Giants,” invites you to put science to the test in this smart and witty music video. Enjoy and please hypothesize responsibly!

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Genetic makeup

Genetic makeup This shape poem doubles as a helix and a chromosome! I grew up with a father who was (and still is) a biology teacher and have been tuned into science for much of my life. I did have … Continue reading

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