Archive for the 'Science and art' Category

Microchosim

Sunday, September 21st, 2014

In a puddle patterns are repeating In the stars the patterns are completing Gravity in waves are meeting Patterns over awed and far too fleeting

Onward to the Edge

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

A code within a code A mystery that is never solved It is the universe that unfolds Showing shadows of worlds untold And so we look, and so we find Questions to answer another time

Cluster Fuck

Monday, February 10th, 2014

Dark cluster fuck Bright emerald dream The flip flop of current Blink, never reopened Amber warning, red Snark

Geek Street

Sunday, January 12th, 2014

Geek street feel the beat Of fingers tapping not the feet Geek street Where programmers meet Turn out coding neat Even when some still use l33t spk That algorithm needs a tweak Seek the answers on Geek Street Better than star fleet Is completing the feet of debugging by the pants of your seat The […]

Me Bucky Balls and All

Sunday, July 14th, 2013

Thursday the 12th of July last year saw me at the Grain Barge performing geek poetry, throwing knitting and inflicting my sense of humour on people. It took me a while to remember to post it! But it was an epic night and I did pop it up on my personal blog before but thought […]

A Style A Voice A Choice

Friday, June 21st, 2013

Something I forgot to mention in my previous post about the Art Exhibition was that people were surprised at how much of it was mine with comments such as, ‘I would never have thought those pieces were by the same artist’ and ‘wow that’s a lot of variation in style.’ People who actually know me […]

Ballads of the Scientifica

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

I am currently in the middle of trying to make a booklet for a physical run of the Ballads of the Scientifica – a collection of poems about science, plus one story and a song. When I initially released it free last year it only had ten poems but that number has grown a bit […]

Learning Experience

Monday, November 26th, 2012

So yesterday I did the village craft fayre all profits were for charity and yet it was the worst one I have ever done. It was slow – all of them are being slow at the moment but something else was going on, people were still buying the odd bit from the other stalls. Now […]

Poetry Day UK 2012 Stars

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

Stars glowing bright In plasma Painting the cosmos Elements birthed Stella death pangs Condensing down Forming the new Glowing bright

Multiverse

Friday, July 27th, 2012

Once I thought it was easy Once I thought it all defined Then came along another truth I had to stop and find My brain stretched My mind popped And in a chair I did flop At thoughts of a void Filled with billion of glowing plasma balls I investigated using mathematical tools Showing systems […]