Creation

by Kevin T McEneaney A single eukaryote began the worldby eating bacteria, divided,started the process of evolution. * How that happened we do not know at all,but that is how…

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Birth

by Kevin T McEneaney Earth endured a marriage made in heavenwhen protoplanet Theia collidedwith earth shortly after the earth was bornabout 4.5 billion years ago.Wandering Theia was the size of…

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A Little Poison

by William Keller A red eft crosses the rail trail, slowly,gravel big as boulders to his elbowedlegs. When I approach, he freezes –not camouflaged, but bright as an autumnleaf, gold eye-rings…

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How it is

by Kevin T McEneaney The known laws of nature did not exist until the Big Bang exploded in light and darkness, which has greater gravity. There are unusual structures out…

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Root-swelling

by Kevin T McEneaney The syntax of spring has sprung its magic while tongue can sing its glad astonishment at bulbs bursting into varied color when slight showers bead yellow…

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Dandelions

by Neil Donnelly “Let us leave pretty women to men without Imagination” – Marcel Proust a tree, a sunset, sunrise; baby’s gurgle, a goalkeeper’s diving penalty save, a waterfall, singing…

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What is a poem?

Version 1.0.0 by Kevin T McEneaney Let us observe the weight of a hammer. If you put the quarks and electrons on a scale, the combined weight of all of…

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Spring dalliance

by Kevin T McEneaney Forsythia, that banner flag of Spring, blooms by window and sharp-curving roadside with yellow prolixity and promise of warmer weather with low-cloud-cover, and constant threat of…

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Root-swelling

by Kevin T McEneaney The syntax of spring has sprung its magic while tongue can sing its glad astonishment at bulbs bursting into varied color when slight showers bead yellow…

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Spring fever

by Kevin T McEneaney Gently trickling rain on the windowpane lulls one to sleep and dream of quirky things: like butterflies dancing in fickle breeze, bright sunny days on mountain-top…

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