Tricubes: Into one & Later Night Movers

Into One black on whitethe clouds driftto form one and with timeif we waitthe rain comes may it cleanseall the shadesof the world Late Night Movers Ignorantor perhapsdistracted I could seeno issueor problem with a darkmoving vanat midnight The tricube is a newer form and relatively unknown.  This mathematical poem was introduced by Phillip Larrea. … Continue reading Tricubes: Into one & Later Night Movers

Dizain: Underlying Fear

The limited experience of youthFocused as only blood-shot eyes can seeWho live lives breeding pure anger as proofWith the surge the urge wakes purpose to beIlluminate a life led aimlesslyThe belligerent voices of clenched fistsCast echoes where sense no longer existsThe louder one yells the less one can hearThere's no escaping what your soul insistsGreet … Continue reading Dizain: Underlying Fear

Senryū: Poor depends on who is Counting

poverty still existscivilized world a deceptionmankind remains poor International Day for the Eradication of Poverty “Poverty is like punishment for a crime you didn't commit.” — Eli Khamarov Other Observances of Note: Clean Your Virtual Desktop DayNational Edge DayNational Fetch DayNational Mulligan DayNational Pasta DayNational Pay Back a Friend DayNavratri And to all you Spaghetti … Continue reading Senryū: Poor depends on who is Counting

Blowing in the Wind (Equalty Edition)

Song by Bob Dylan and Tom Petty and the HeartbreakersEdited by The Twisting TailHow many roads must someone walk downBefore you call them human?How many seas must white doves sailBefore they sleep in the sand?Yes, 'n' how many times must the cannon balls flyBefore they're forever banned?The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the windThe … Continue reading Blowing in the Wind (Equalty Edition)