#physics #poets explain things #node #anti node #wave #space is the thing that is moving #particle #quanta #religious experience #relative perspectives #the dog who caught the ball in the valley under the train #yin #yang #mu #equilibrium #conceptual organix #breath of life acts #I’m no machine #john connor #using tools #saturday afternoon groove... Continue Reading →
Following the rules of grammar is important, sure. I equate breaking grammar rules with breaking up with a significant other—There needs to be a reason you’re doing it. No one appreciates being ghosted or left in the dark. The page is an open space for even our ugliest utterances to live in. I don’t... Continue Reading →
I like the evolving nature of letters and graphic language. What started as picture became a group of signifier shapes which becomes, well whatever's next. I read somewhere while gathering references for an undergraduate paper that the modern day M came from an Egyptian owl hieroglyph that carried the m sound. The shape also carried over... Continue Reading →
The first in a series that amounts to a short visual essay about visual poetry with emphasis on concrete poetry.
5th Freewrite (free write) posted to DormanPoetry.
This is a visual autobiography. It is a bread crumb map. It's too abstract to "be" a poem.