Magnificent for a Moment

You spent years underground, a larva, your skin brittle and papery, vulnerable you built your cocoon in darkness as black as your carapace. I found you that day, a jet flash in the May sun basking in the heat of urban concrete. I admired your gloss and spectacular size, a stag among beetles ready to […]

Capricious May

May is capricious, the garden is luscious, bathed in soft sun, daisy and dandelion- spattered. Sky turns bruised plum, sweetly congeals cloud jam, a chiff-chaff’s  half-hearted call warning of imminent rainfall. Warning of imminent rainfall, a chiff-chaff’s half-hearted call sweetly congeals cloud jam. Sky turns bruised plum, spattered daisy and dandelion bathed in soft sun, […]

On a cold night…

cosy under the covers intertwining limbs and feet we exchange heat embracing entropy in the thermodynamics of love. Kim M. Russell, 2018 My response to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads Weekend Mini Challenge: Entropy and thermodynamics This weekend Bjorn is here with another physics class to spin our creativity: a talk about entropy and thermodynamics. […]