A.C. Moore Sonnet 2: Quantum

What is the smallest thing you ever knew?A mouse? A splinter, or perhaps a dream?Or maybe you’ve heard what sits on a pew,In the temple of math, language supreme? A defiant cat, Schrodinger’s good pet.Fundamental parts. Known and unknown.invisible, until measurement met,Entangling the clothesline, Hang in There! shown. Many say the math’s wrong. Even greatContinue reading “A.C. Moore Sonnet 2: Quantum”

A.C. Moore Sonnet 1: Sight of the Eternal

How oft I seek transcendentalism.To become entangled in the ethos,Yet fall short of the fell mechanism?Yes, how could I forget? It is pathos Which calls to me. Her light spread out like wheatto thresh, refulgent in great harmony.My fellows think it cruel to leave the seatEmpty, and supplicate the surgeons fee Be met. Though vacancyContinue reading “A.C. Moore Sonnet 1: Sight of the Eternal”

Dressing & Undressing

The water boils as the fowl is hanged.She is upside down, a fragile container,Prepared to unleash the contents. Just breathe.Many times my blade has met the neck of a bird. Emotions pulse like blood as I grip. I must. She’s violent.The flock cannot keep her, and the time has come. I cut.The blood boils downContinue reading “Dressing & Undressing”

With All Due Respect,

First I found the fundamental flaw: for thou claim-ed to be mine foster mother. Mentor, and friend—Yet thine actions instead are an exercise in androgyny. Thou profess neither hot nor cold, yet thy deceit comes off as a dogs vomit. Under thine unctuous umbrage I’ve earned unease. Twain we work, sowers in the field, yetContinue reading “With All Due Respect,”