Quotation – October 30, 2012

You may have noticed that the less I know about a subject, the more confidence I have, and the more new light I throw on it.

Mark Twain

Quotation – October 24, 2012

Obscurity and a competence — that is the life that is best worth living.

Mark Twain

SciFaiku Review: SciFaiku #19 – Aquatic Vegetation

SciFaiku Review

SciFaiku (Science Fiction haiku) is a form of poetry inspired by Japanese Haiku.

SciFaiku poems are short, minimalistic, poems about science and science fiction.
The poems are usually three lines and around 17 syllables.

Join me in exploring this field of poetry.  Send your scifaiku to hyperlight@hyperwarp.com and I will feature them here.  (subject: Scifaiku)

#19 – Aquatic Vegetation

Floating vegetation

afforded the aliens

a fruitful, healthy life.

 

 

via ouramazingplanet.com

Quotation – October 12, 2012

Keep away from those who try to belittle your ambitions.  Small people always do that, but the really great make you believe that you too can become great.

Mark Twain

Quotation – October 9, 2012

An old racetrack joke reminds you that your program contains all the winners’ names.  I stare at my typewriter keys with the same thought.

Mignon McLaughlin
The Neurotic’s Handbook, 1960

Quotation – October 4, 2012

It seems to me that those songs that have been any good, I have noting much to do with the writing of them.  The words have just crawled down my sleeve and come out on the page.

Joan Baez

SciFaiku Review: SciFaiku #18 – Tourism

SciFaiku Review

SciFaiku (Science Fiction haiku) is a form of poetry inspired by Japanese Haiku.

SciFaiku poems are short, minimalistic, poems about science and science fiction.
The poems are usually three lines and around 17 syllables.

Join me in exploring this field of poetry.  Send your scifaiku to hyperlight@hyperwarp.com and I will feature them here.  (subject: Scifaiku)

#18 – Tourism

The race to the Stars

Envigorated imagination

Tourism resulted.

 

via space.com

 

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