A collection of short poems in rhyme; Inspired all by science; Outward to the edge of time; Or tied to earthly cadence. Light and written all for fun, There is no angst to hide. You're invited now to sample One of my poems inside. These poems were inspired by Richard Feynman, who said “Poets say science takes away from the beauty of the stars – mere globs of gas atoms. I too can see the stars on a desert night, and feel them. But do I see less or more?" I favor rhyme and short phrases in my poems. These match a poem to the rhythm of my steps, which is inevitable since I frequently compose while walking. I also enjoy the discipline that rhyme imposes. It pleases my analytical mind when the perfect word presents itself, fitting both the poem’s subject and its form. My poems are meant to be fun. You will find no existential angst here. Writing poetry makes me happy, and I hope you’ll share a bit of my happiness as you read.
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