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Shadow of Venus

Like Venus smiling in the twilight you’ve cut a shadow across my life— imperceptible while upstaged by the blatant sun or fickle moon but I still feel your cold caress— your light whispering in my ear— every cup of coffee, … Continue reading

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Half the Universe

For today’s prompt, write a view poem. Wherever you’re at, you have a view: maybe of a river or sunset. Maybe of a cubicle or a copy machine. Even the blind have a view of darkness, nothingness, or some other … Continue reading

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Celestial Musings

I am proud to announce that two of my astronomy inspired poems were included in the Celestial Musings anthology just released. While it may be too late for a holiday present, poetry is always timeless and the proceeds for this … Continue reading

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The Royal Observatory

I took a little boat ride on the Thames to the Royal Observatory Greenwich and wandered into the Eastern Hemisphere. My Oyster Card, which is what I’ve been using to ride the Underground all over London, also covers their river … Continue reading

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The stars don’t come out…

April is National Poetry Month but it’s also Global Astronomy Month, declared so by Astronomers Without Borders and who am I to argue? From the Poetic Asides blog: For today’s prompt, write a seasonal poem. This should be a snap … Continue reading

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