A Theorem to Consider

the geometry of space expands with the rain-

seems counterintuitive

but true none the less.

this is the theorem to consider:

heavy pewter clouds curve across the sky’s canvas

reflecting into the hammered silver of the lake’s topology;

a planed landscape

sparkles with crystal spherical raindrops;

the equation of the breeze, soft as birds wings,

scented with cedar and sweet peas;

a wren singing her fractal song

of seasons green and watery,

extending a line to the horizon;

angled proof of lightning

in the symmetry of thunderstorms.

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..oh, if only there’s a theorem to consider in calculating the damage of after effect… poorly, we can only expect for the worse… smiles…

Incredible special imagery – you certainly have the right formula : )

What incredible imagery! Your use of words is always amazing. I love this description of the sky and thunderstorms.

And why does my beagle want to know what time the next bus leaves for Missouri?

Nancy

Wow.. I’m amazed.. I will never more hesititate to mingle phyiscs an mathemetics into poetry. You make it sing… so many great images here… equation of the breeze (how cool is that) – Great

Kathleen, you have painted a wonderful scene with your words. I love fractal song, I am not soon to forget that.

Pamela

angled proof of lightning

in the symmetry of thunderstorms…oh wow…just love the images…you make them so palpable…

You give geometry a whole new appeal here. So many wonderful images only to prove that there should be no separation of disciplines such as poetry and math. Lovely poem.

What a lovely sky canvas ~ Very creative approach, using science with poetic verses ~ I specially like these lines:

sparkles with crystal spherical raindrops;

the equation of the breeze, soft as birds wings,

killer opening line…ha…and like your come back to it in the end with the symmetry of thunderstorms…fractal song, the glittering raindrop…really cool visuals and mix of the senses….