Tuesday, July 04, 2006

r.pn.zEL v.06

much much is made of Galileo Galilei's brick and feather
but the gravitational effects of extended locks are

                                                 somethingdifferentaltogether


tress e s  s  s  s  s  s        l   o   n  g


y   a  w  n  i   n  g   commas   of       thoughtfully_conditioned


f 0 l l i c l e d     f0liage


too    t  h  i  c  k    


to run   F  t  I  N  h  G r  E o  R  u  S  gh 


                                )witchiswhathappenswhenyourrelockedinaroom(


brushed in waves


dis rupt  s   language


d   i  s  t  i  l  l  s breath


press | pause


when just the right length ___ as measured by Pope


in   just  the  right        l  i  g  h  t



                                               her


c  r  a  c  k  e  d  whip                      commanding attention


                         promises no safe landings


5 Comments:

Blogger Rappaccini's Daughter said...

your very first physics experiment.
schadenflugel!

7/04/2006 1:57 PM  
Blogger Scheherazade said...

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7/04/2006 6:09 PM  
Blogger katy said...

thanks for commenting on my blog rapunzel; and not so much for the sake of the comment, but for leadign me to your baby of a blog here.

i absolutly adore what you did with "fingers" and "through" in this particular poem.

i shall keep a watchful eye to see how your work evolves ;)

7/11/2006 10:01 AM  
Blogger Rappaccini's Daughter said...

Thank you for travelling here Katy.

We'll see if what goes up, comes down...

7/11/2006 12:18 PM  
Blogger Crunchy Weta said...

Hey , let me play two.
Cheers

7/12/2006 4:57 AM  

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