Thoughts at an evening walk with friends at a north shore park, also reviving the fresh, unedited poetry format characteristic of me. [NEW SITE FEATURE] Rather than signing up for the general FWPhys newsletter at the bottom of this page, you can follow my poetry exclusively in your favorite RSS reader with the link: https://fwphys.com/category/poetry/rss … Continue reading At a Glowworm Cave
The original "Advance!", written up in May during a walk from LeConte Hall to Auckland, is something I don't really like any more. Too bourgeoisie. So I thought there needed to be reboot of this series... which has been a reasonable representation of my character. Staying inquisitive for a long time is hard, but this … Continue reading Advance! Part 2
I fell as we walked along. Through no one else’s fault. I fell as we walked along. And the others stride on. I fell as we walked along. There’s nothing I could change: Settled, acquainted with the mud and shadows cast by skylight, I wanted to sing. I sang,as I dreamt, … Continue reading Downward: A Poem for Strange Times
Extending bits of messages into a poem... Also I got a new iPad mini.
An over 1,800-year-old poem revisited :).
Flashback to five years ago.
First post of another new category, or maybe this falls into the old "Poetry" bin. I had packed my stuff early in the evening for the comet / meteor shower situation, only to have my expectations quenched by an untimely thunderstorm. Well, I have heard of it in the forecast, but was not expecting the … Continue reading Photo Stories: Lightning