I have dabbled in romantic imagery in my limericks from time to time, but this is for sure the first piece to be explicitly intended as a love poem. Apologies in advance. The past rings the future, before you entered my sight you were in it. Gravity holds us afar. try and forestall him; we … Continue reading Binary Motion – 1
Well, a poem.
Four years ago, FWPhys began with this poem, which I am reproducing below with minor changes and updates. It's been a ride. Wondrous moments of life and reality once found their places here. Perhaps no more. Perhaps for the better. Somethings aren't supposed to be so easily and randomly showcased, after all. So long. -- … Continue reading The Voyagers, As Retold by Author
An over 1,800-year-old poem revisited :).
Well, since bits of it have already shown up in postcards that I send, I thought I might as well expand it into a doggerel. I really want to change it and add a few commas, but good night for now. Lunar eclipse yesterday morning that inspired this piece. Check it out on UC Berkeley … Continue reading Earth, #3
A letter from "AC" to a newly formed star. The word “to create” can be understood as “to verify a theory”, if you wish.
It's procrastination gone awry, in a way.
Late night outlook on my near future.
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