MICHELIN STAR GARDEN Pre-dawn, Sun ignites rivers of silver neon where escargot dine.Read more "MICHELIN STAR GARDEN"
Eurythenes plasticus is a species of amphipod, first described in 2020. It was named in reference to the PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic found in its stomach.Read more "Eurythenes plasticus"
CETACEAN SOUL SEARCH When a whale looks you in the eye, it’s to communicate and learn – species to species. A whale’s eye is a picture window to its soul – a panoramic view of kind receptiveness deeper than, by comparison, our tiny brains. It’s not just the size differential that tells you […]Read more "CETACEAN SOUL SEARCH"
AGE OF THE UNIVERSE Indulging in lots of dark energy, she begins to grow detached and aloof. Though parts of her are still quite attractive, she’s expanded substantially since youth, no longer can touch her extremities and has lost some of her former sparkle. She remembers when she was much hotter – […]Read more "Age Of The Universe"
ORGANISM We start our life single-celled, but, instead of just replicating, a new level of symbiotic organization emerges. Two or more cells are better than one at manipulating survival’s chancy course, because of cooperation and acceptance that though “other” they are still the same. Colonies achieve systemic support through peace.Read more "Organism"
TWIST OF FATE A molecule coils into a double helix, duplicates and thus, learns of itself to attain a cosmic understanding.Read more "TWIST OF FATE (a tanka)"
Masons Road joy poetry MORPHED The blissful butterfly seems unconcerned, while sipping nectar, flitting with its mate, but it remembers everything it learned when caterpillar seemed its only fate. When it could merely inch along and feed to saturate its flesh with pungency of bitter leaves – a deft defense, indeed, from predators from […]Read more "Morphed"
Often Overlooked Evolution is as much about allure as it is survival.Read more "Often Overlooked"
AGENDA Random, not perfect, evolution is just change to solve a problem.Read more "AGENDA"
LEMMING Oh, little lemming, running to the sea, Tell us; tell us, what can the matter be, That you ignore your friends who warn and shout That you should try to stop and turn about. The path that you are on will not end well, And yet you are determined and pell-mell. […]Read more "LEMMING"