Generations, or: Generation

Poetry Partners #36 A Pythagorean poem by davidatqcm of 'The Hobart Chinaman' We hear their news They'll be transported to parenthood Life starts again in utero, for millennia t'was always so, but now from test tubes small cells grow. davidatqcm: A Fibonacci poem by ben Alexander of โ€˜The Skepticโ€™s Kaddishโ€™ The worst... By far,… Continue reading Generations, or: Generation

Souls’ tears, or: Nigh

My first Fibonacci poems in rhyming Sestina form I Why? I So cry... Oh, to fly, Oh, to soar sky high! Need I, need I write what comes nigh? II Nigh... Why Get high? Human, I. Nigh, shall my soul fly; Skies pouring forth tears that souls cry. III Cry! Nigh, I'll fly To my… Continue reading Souls’ tears, or: Nigh