Category Archives: Poetry

What You’ve Done For Me

I must reacquaint myself with silence Now that I can’t depend Upon the noisome, anti-tranquil violence Of you, my dearest friend. And in those years of sheer frustration When your din brought such vexation Never once did I imagine I’d … Continue reading

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The Culling of the Future

Every second is mass murder as vig’rously we kill all that which will never be in cause of that which will. [And this is why I sometimes find it so difficult to make life decisions.]

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The Perils of Loving While Asexual

(This one starts out rather disgustingly sappy, but don’t worry, it redeems itself by the end) If you were here, my dear I’d give you a rose, Kiss your red lips And suck on your toes, Massage your back And … Continue reading

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Rhyme out of Emptiness

All of this old rubbish Goes floating by unmarked Gently they flow, Those waters below, Made rank by my rotting heart.­­ Once you said you loved me And once I thought it true— In all of time, No love as … Continue reading

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Cowardly Theoretical Perseus

Cowardly Theoretical Perseus On paper, I create mathematical models, which describe fluid flows, which look like black holes, which are dual to field theories, which are kind of like QCD. I am, in essence, Looking at a shadow of a … Continue reading

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“That Sucks.”

It might come as a shock to you to learn that, by and large, I actually talk in real life in exactly the same way that I write upon this blog. Needless to say then, I don’t talk like a … Continue reading

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A Sonnet on Transgenderism

A Sonnet on Transgenderism Are there not some truths which even Nature Herself often slyly fails to make plain? Who among us would have guessed that pleasure Would be so nestled tightly up with pain? Who would ever have supposed … Continue reading

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