Science and Naturalism in Poetry

Poems on science and nature.


Folksonomies: nature science poetry poems

Memes

14 APR 2015

 A Sunset Bloom

Then we sat on the sand for some time and observed How the oceans that cover the world were perturbed By the tides from the orbiting moon overhead "How relaxing the sound of the waves is," you said. I began to expound upon tidal effects When you asked me to stop, looking somewhat perplexed So I did not explain why the sunset turns red And we watched the occurrence in silence instead.
Folksonomies: poetry
Folksonomies: poetry
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Lieutenant Commander Data (2338 – 2379)

14 APR 2015

 Ode to Spot

Felis catus is your taxonomic nomenclature, An endothermic quadruped, carnivorous by nature. Your visual, olfactory, and auditory senses Contribute to your hunting skills and natural defenses. I find myself intrigued by your subvocal oscillations, A singular development of cat communications That obviates your basic hedonistic predilection For a rhythmic stroking of your fur to demonstrate affection. A tail is quite essential for your acrobatic talents. You would not be so agile if you lacked...
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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Lieutenant Commander Data (2338 – 2379)

29 MAY 2014

 Cosmic Gall

Neutrinos, they are very small. They have no charge and have no mass And do not interact at all. The earth is just a silly ball To them, through which they simply pass. Like dustmaids down a drafty hall Or photons through a sheet of glass. They snub the most exquisite gas, Ignore the most substantial wall, Cold shoulder steel and sounding brass. Insult the stallion in his stall, And, scorning barriers of class. Infiltrate you and me. Like tall And painless guillotines, they fall ...
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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Neutrinos wonderful or crass?

29 MAY 2014

 The Kiss Precise

Four circles to the kissing come, The smaller are the benter. The bend is just the inverse of The distance from the centre. Though their intrigue left Euclid dumb There's now no need for rule of thumb. Since zero bend's a dead straight line And concave bends have minus sign, The sum of squares of all four bends Is half the square of their sum.
Folksonomies: poetry mathematics
Folksonomies: poetry mathematics
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If four circles A, B, C, and D, of radii r1, r2, r3, and r4, are drawn so that they do not overlap but each touches the other three, and if we let b1 = 1/r1, etc., then

(b1 b2 b3 b4)^2 = 2(b1^2 b2^2 b3^2 b4^2).

29 MAY 2014

 Microscopes are Prudent

Faith is a fine invention For gentlemen who see; But microscopes are prudent In an emergency.
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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29 MAY 2014

 The Unknowable

This girl was perhaps not born of a mother. But blossomed in a peach tree: Her love fades Quicker than peach-flowers. Although I know her soft body I cannot sound out her heart; Yet we have but to make a few lines on a chart And the distance of the farthest stars In the sky can be measured.
Folksonomies: science knowing love
Folksonomies: science knowing love
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Poem about love and science.

29 MAY 2014

 The Universe has No Obligation

A man said to the universe: 'Sir, I exist:' 'However,' replied the universe, 'The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.'
Folksonomies: science poetry meaning
Folksonomies: science poetry meaning
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29 MAY 2014

 The New Sinai

And as of old from Sinai's top God said that God is one. By Science strict so speaks he now To tell us there is None. Earth goes by chemic forces; Heaven's A Mecanique Celeste. And heart and mind of human kind A watch-work as the rest.
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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The mechanical view of the cosmos.

29 MAY 2014

 Twinkle, twinkle little star

Twinkle, twinkle little star. I don't wonder what you are, For by spectroscopic ken I know that you are hydrogen.
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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verse by Lewis Fry Richardson or Ian D. Bush

22 JAN 2014

 The Brainy Baboon

There was once a brainy baboon, Who always breathed down a bassoon, For he said, 'It appears That in billions of years I shall certainly hit on a tune'.
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
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Cute poem on evolution.

21 JUN 2012

 Science Destroys Magic

Science! true daughter of Old Time thou art! alterest all things with thy peering eyes. preyest thou thus upon the poet's heart, Vulture, whose wings are dull realities? How should he love thee? or how deem thee wise, Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering. To seek for treasure in the jewelled skies, Albeit he soared with an undaunted wing? Hast thou not dragged Diana from her car? And driven the Hamadryad from the wood To seek a shelter in some happier star? Hast thou not torn the Naiad ...
Folksonomies: science poetry superstition
Folksonomies: science poetry superstition
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Science kills gods and scares fairies from the forest.

21 JUN 2012

 Becoming More by Dying

I died as mineral and became a plant, I died as plant and rose to animal, I died as animal and I became man. Why should I fear? When was I less by dying?
Folksonomies: death poetry
Folksonomies: death poetry
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An interesting poem.

21 JUN 2012

 Big Whorls, Little Whorls

Big whorls have little whorls Which feed on their velocity And little whorls have lesser whorls, And so on to viscosity.
Folksonomies: poetry fractals
Folksonomies: poetry fractals
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A play on the poem about fleas and little fleas.

11 JUN 2012

 Relativity

I like relativity and quantum theories because I don't understand them and they make me feel as if space shifted about like a swan that can't settle, refusing to sit still and be measured; and as if the atom were an impulsive thing always changing its mind.
Folksonomies: poetry relativity
Folksonomies: poetry relativity
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A poem

11 JUN 2012

 The Sane Universe

One might talk about the sanity of the atom the sanity of space the sanity of the electron the sanity of water— For it is all alive and has something comparable to that which we call sanity in ourselves. The only oneness is the oneness of sanity.
Folksonomies: poetry empiricism
Folksonomies: poetry empiricism
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A poem. Replace "sanity" with "empirical reality".

11 JUN 2012

 The Enquiry

How near one Species to the next is join'd, The due Gradations please a thinking Mind; and there are Creatures which no eye can see, That for a Moment live and breathe like me: Whom a small Fly in bulk as far exceeds, As yon tall Cedar does the waving Reeds: These we can reach—and may we not suppose There still are Creatures more minute than those.
Folksonomies: evolution poetry taxonomy
Folksonomies: evolution poetry taxonomy
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Creatures joined with gradations and wildly diverse.

11 JUN 2012

 The Dinosaur: A Poem

Behold the mighty dinosaur, Famous in prehistoric lore, Not only for his power and strength But for his intellectual length. You will observe by these remains The creature had two sets of brains— One in his head (the usual place), The other at his spinal base. Thus he could reason 'A priori' As well as 'A posteriori'. No problem bothered him a bit He made both head and tail of it. So wise was he, so wise and solemn, Each thought filled just a spinal column. If one brain found the pressure s...
Folksonomies: poetry dinosaur
Folksonomies: poetry dinosaur
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About how dinosaurs have two brains, one in the rear (don't know if this is true or not, but I remember hearing this).

08 JUN 2012

 Famous Tree Poem

I think that I shall never see A poem as lovely as a tree. A tree whose hungry mouth is prest Against the earth's sweet flowing breast; A tree that looks at God all day, And lifts her leafy arms to pray; A tree that may in Summer wear A nest of robins in her hair; Upon whose bosom snow has lain; Who intimately lives with rain. Poems are made by fools like me, But only God can make a tree.
Folksonomies: wonder poetry
Folksonomies: wonder poetry
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Instills a sense of wonder.

05 JUN 2012

 Poem About Evolution as a Film

Evolution: At the Mind's Cinema I turn the handle and the story starts: Reel after reel is all astronomy, Till life, enkindled in a niche of sky, Leaps on the stage to play a million parts. Life leaves the slime and through all ocean darts; She conquers earth, and raises wings to fly; Then spirit blooms, and learns how not to die,- Nesting beyond the grave in others' hearts. I turn the handle: other men like me Have made the film: and now I sit and look In quiet, privileged like Divinity To r...
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
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With the observer privileged.

17 MAY 2012

 Sarcastic Science

Sarcastic Science, she would like to know, In her complacent ministry of fear, How we propose to get away from here When she has made things so we have to go Or be wiped out. Will she be asked to show Us how by rocket we may hope to steer To some star off there, say, a half light-year Through temperature of absolute zero? Why wait for Science to supply the how When any amateur can tell it now? The way to go away should be the same As fifty million years ago we came— If anyone remembers how ...
Folksonomies: science poetry antiscience
Folksonomies: science poetry antiscience
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A poem about science arguing we need to go to the stars, but it has made it so we must leave Earth. I wonder if Frost is referring to extinction as the way to go?

24 APR 2012

 “Faith” is a fine invention

"Faith" is a fine invention When Gentlemen can see— But Microscopes are prudent In an Emergency.
Folksonomies: poetry
Folksonomies: poetry
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But microscopes are prudent.

17 MAR 2012

 The Universe Holds no Obligations

A man said to the universe: 'Sir, I exist!' 'However,' replied the universe, 'The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.'
Folksonomies: poetry meaning
Folksonomies: poetry meaning
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The fact of our existence does not mean the Universe owes us anything.

28 JAN 2012

 Newton, Adam, and the Apple

When Newton saw an apple fall, he found In that slight startle from his contemplation— 'Tis said (for I'll not answer above ground For any sage's creed or calculation)— A mode of proving that the earth turn'd round In a most natural whirl, called 'gravitation'; And this is the sole mortal who could grapple, Since Adam, with a fall, or with an apple.
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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A poem by Lord Byron.

28 JAN 2012

 What opposite discoveries we have seen!

What opposite discoveries we have seen! (Signs of true genius, and of empty pockets.) One makes new noses, one a guillotine, One breaks your bones, one sets them in their sockets; But vaccination certainly has been A kind antithesis to Congreve's rockets, ...
Folksonomies: poetry
Folksonomies: poetry
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From science, bombs and immunizations, guillotines and life-saving surgery. A poem by Lord Byron.

28 JAN 2012

 The Age of New Inventions

This is the patent-age of new inventions For killing bodies, and for saving souls, All propagated with the best intentions; Sir Humphrey Davy's lantern, by which coals Are safely mined for in the mode he mentions, Tombuctoo travels, voyages to the Poles, Are ways to benefit mankind, as true, Perhaps, as shooting them at Waterloo.
Folksonomies: poetry invention
Folksonomies: poetry invention
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Lord Byron marvels at the scientific wonders of his age.

17 JAN 2012

 The Ascent of Man in Poem Form

Apes lifting hairy arms now stand And free the wonder‐working hand. They raise a light aërial house On shafts of widely branching trees, Where, harboured warily, each spouse May feed her little ape in peace, Green cradled in his heaven‐roofed bed, Leaves rustling lullabies o’erhead. And lo, ’mid reeking swarms of earth Grim struggling in the primal wood, A new strange creature hath its birth: Wild—stammering—nameless—shameless—nude; Spurred on by want, held in by fear...
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
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From apes with freed hands to muddled-thinking man in caves, up to clearer-thinking man with fire. A very nice passage about evolution.

02 JAN 2012

 Shelley Sonnet on Ballooning

Bright ball of flame that thro the gloom of even Silently takes thine ethereal way And with surpassing glory dimmst each ray Twinkling amid the dark blue depth of Heaven; Unlike the Fire thou bearest, soon shalt thou Fade like a meteor in surrounding gloom, Whilst that, unquenchable, is doomed to glow A watch-light by the patriot’s lonely tomb, A ray of courage to the opprest and poor…
Folksonomies: poetry ballooning
Folksonomies: poetry ballooning
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The balloon as a "ray of courage."

02 JAN 2012

 Humphery Davy: Poem About a Weeping Monument

My eye is wet with tears For I see the white stones That are covered with names The stones of my forefathers’ graves. No grass grows upon them For deep in the earth In darkness and silence the organs of life To their primitive atoms return. Through ages the air Has been moist with their blood The ages the seeds of the thistle has fed On what was once motion and form... Thoughts roll not beneath the dust No feeling is in the cold grave They have leaped to other worlds They are far above t...
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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There are various versions of this early poem in the HD Archive: see Paris, vol 1, p29; Treneer, pp4-5; or Fullmer, p13

02 JAN 2012

 The Mouse's Petition

(Found in the trap where he had been confined all night by Dr. Priestley, for the sake of making experiments with different kinds of air.) OH! hear a pensive prisoner's prayer, For liberty that sighs; And never let thine heart be shut Against the prisoner's cries! For here forlorn and sad I sit, Within the wiry grate; And tremble at th' approaching morn, Which brings impending fate. If e'er thy breast with freedom glowed, And spurned a tyrant's chain, Let not thy strong oppressive force A ...
Folksonomies: poetry animal rights
Folksonomies: poetry animal rights
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A poem by Anna Laetitia Barbauld that is considered the spark of the movement for the humane treatment of animals in scientific experimentation.

02 JAN 2012

 Keats Against "Cold Philosophy"

...Do not all charms fly At the mere touch of cold philosophy? There was an awful rainbow once in heaven: We know her woof, her texture; she is given In the dull catalogue of common things. Philosophy will clip an Angel’s wings, Conquer all mysteries by rule and line, Empty the haunted air, and gnomed mine - Unweave a rainbow, as it erewhile made The tender-person’d Lamia melt into a shade.
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An anti-science passage from the poem "Lamia."

02 JAN 2012

 Davy Poem Using Laws of Conservation and Thermodynamics

In a thoughtful mood Davy wrote a new kind of metaphysical poem, ‘The Massy Pillars of the Earth. It reflects on the human condition, and suggests that since nothing is ever destroyed in the physical universe, only transformed (the First Law of Thermodynamics), then man himself must be immortal in some spiritual sense. It also returns in a new way to Davy’s early Cornish beliefs about starlight as the source of all energy in the universe: Nothing is lost; the ethereal fire, Which from th...
Folksonomies: science poetry
Folksonomies: science poetry
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A poem found in Humphry Davy Works.

02 JAN 2012

 You Are Speeding Around the Sun

Thou art speeding round the sun Brightest world of many a one; Green and azure sphere which shinest With a light which is divinest Among all the lamps of Heaven To whom light and life is given; I, thy crystal paramour Borne beside thee by a power Like the polar Paradise, Magnet-like of lovers’ eyes; I, a most enamoured maiden Whose weak brain is overladen With the pleasure of her love, Maniac-like around thee move Gazing, an insensiate bride, On thy form from every side ...
Folksonomies: poetry prescient
Folksonomies: poetry prescient
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"Brightest world of many a one," ... prescient words from Shelley.

01 JAN 2012

 Pioneer 10 Poetry

For me, some of the most moving responses to the message are the works of art and poetry that it evoked. Mr. 'Aim Morhardt is a painter of water colors of the desert and sierras who lives in Bishop, California, where, perhaps not coincidentally, the giant Goldstone tracking station, which commands Pioneer 10, is located. Mr. Morhardt's poem follows: Pioneer 10: The Golden Messenger. The dragon prows that cruised the northern seas, Questing adventure with the fighting clan; The gallant merma...
Folksonomies: science poetry pioneer 10
Folksonomies: science poetry pioneer 10
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Two poems inspired by the Pioneer 10 probe. Surely the first of many.

18 OCT 2011

 Dinosauria, We

Born like this Into this As the chalk faces smile As Mrs. Death laughs As the elevators break As political landscapes dissolve As the supermarket bag boy holds a college degree As the oily fish spit out their oily prey As the sun is masked We are Born like this Into this Into these carefully mad wars Into the sight of broken factory windows of emptiness Into bars where people no longer speak to each other Into fist fights that end as shootings and knifings Born into this Into hospitals which ...
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A poem filled with fantastic imagery of the decline and fall of Western civilization.

18 SEP 2011

 "Look for Me Under Your Bootsoles"

I depart as air, I shake my white locks at the runaway sun, I effuse my flesh in eddies, and drift it in lacy jags. I bequeath myself to the dirt to grow from the grass I love, If you want me again look for me under your boot-soles.
Folksonomies: death poetry
Folksonomies: death poetry
  1  notes

Walt Whitman comments on his demise.

14 SEP 2011

 Medicine Works in Great Leaps

Medicinal discovery, It moves in mighty leaps, It leapt straight past the common cold And gave it us for keeps.
Folksonomies: poetry medicine
Folksonomies: poetry medicine
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...leaving us little things like the common cold.

12 SEP 2011

 The Art of Preserving Health

The blood, the fountain whence the spirits flow, The generous stream that waters every part, And motion, vigour, and warm life conveys To every Particle that moves or lives; This vital fluid, thro' unnumber'd tubes Pour'd by the heart, and to the heart again Refunded; scourg'd forever round and round; Enrag'd with heat and toil, at last forgets Its balmy nature; virulent and thin It grows; and now, but that a thousand gates Are open to its flight, it would destroy The parts it cherish' d and ...
Folksonomies: todo poetry medicine medical
Folksonomies: todo poetry medicine medical
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A poem by John Armstrong.

01 SEP 2011

 Science the "Fair Effusive Ray"

SCIENCE! thou fair effusive ray From the great source of mental Day, Free, generous, and refin'd! Descend with all thy treasures fraught, Illumine each bewilder'd thought, And bless my labour'g mind.
Folksonomies: science poetry energy
Folksonomies: science poetry energy
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That illuminates bewildered thoughts and blesses the laboring mind.

29 AUG 2011

 What Do We Plant When We Plant the Tree?

What do we plant when we plant the tree? We plant the ship, which will cross the sea. We plant the mast to carry the sails; We plant the planks to withstand the gales— The keel, the keelson, and beam and knee; We plant the ship when we plant the tree. What do we plant when we plant the tree? We plant the houses for you and me. We plant the rafters, the shingles, the floors, We plant the studding, the lath, the doors, The beams and siding, all parts that be; We plant the house when we plant...
Folksonomies: poetry naturalism
Folksonomies: poetry naturalism
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We plant all the things we get from trees.

16 JUN 2011

 Lyrics to Storm

Inner North London, top floor flatAll white walls, white carpet, white cat,Rice Paper partitionsModern art and ambitionThe host’s a physician,Lovely bloke, has his own practiceHis girlfriend’s an actressAn old mate from homeAnd they’re always great fun.So to dinner we’ve come. The 5th guest is an unknown,The hosts have just thrownUs together for a favourbecause this girl’s just arrived from AustraliaAnd has moved to North LondonAnd she’s the sister of someoneOr has some connectio...
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A beat poem that is hilarious in its defense of skepticism against pseudoscience.

08 JUN 2011

 A Beautiful Quote on Wonder

31 I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey work of the stars, And the pismire is equally perfect, and a grain of sand, and the egg of the wren, And the tree-toad is a chef-d'oeuvre for the highest, And the running blackberry would adorn the parlors of heaven, And the narrowest hinge in my hand puts to scorn all machinery, And the cow crunching with depress'd head surpasses any statue, And a mouse is miracle enough to stagger sextillions of infidels.
Folksonomies: nature wonder poetry prose
Folksonomies: nature wonder poetry prose
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From Walt Whitman on the wonder all around us. Especially enjoy the "a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars" part.

05 JUN 2011

 A Poem About What Makes Humans Unique

When I undertook to answer My own 1927 self-questioning: "Why have humans been included In the design of Universe?" My hypothetical answer of 1927 Was, and as yet is: What impresses me most Is the experientially demonstrable fact That all living organisms Other than humans Have some organically integral equipment That gives them some inherent Physical advantage In coping with special environmental conditions-- A plant that can and does thrive Only under dense Amazon River jungle conditions-- ...
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In comparison to other species and our place in the universe from Buckminster Fuller.

20 MAY 2011

 Poem: Behold the Mighty Dinosaur

Behold the mighty dinosaur, Famous in prehistoric lore, Not only for his power and strength But for his intellectual length. You will observe by these remains The creature had two sets of brains - One in his head (the usual place), The other at his spinal base, Thus he could reason A priori As well as A posteriori. No problem bothered him a bit He made both head and tail of it. So wise was he, so wise and solemn, Each thought filled just a spinal column. If one brain found the pressure strong...
Folksonomies: biology poetry humor dinosaurs
Folksonomies: biology poetry humor dinosaurs
   notes

By Bert Leston Taylor (1866-1921).

03 MAY 2011

 The Temple of Nature

Birth after birth the line unchanging runs, And fathers live transmitted in their sons; Each passing year beholds the unvarying kinds, The same their manners, and the same their minds. Till, as erelong successive buds decay, And insect-shoals successive pass away, Increasing wants the pregnant parent vex With the fond wish to form a softer sex....
Folksonomies: evolution science poetry
Folksonomies: evolution science poetry
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A poem by Erasmus Darwin.

13 APR 2011

 The Circle of the Brain cannot be Squared

A Circle round divided in four partsHath been great Study 'mongst the men of Arts;Since Archimed's or Euclid's time, each BrainHath on a Line been stretched, yet all in Vain;And every Thought hath been a Figure set,Doubts Cyphers were, Hopes as Triangles met;There was Division and Subtraction made,And Lines drawn out, and Points exactly laid,But none hath yet by Demonstration foundThe way, by which to Square a Circle round:For while the Brain is round, no Square will be,While Thoughts divi...
Folksonomies: science philosophy poetry
Folksonomies: science philosophy poetry
  1  notes

A poem about the brain, quantification, and human curiosity.

12 APR 2011

 Discovery By Wislawa Szymborska

I believe in the great discovery. I believe in the man who will make the discovery. I believe in the fear of the man who will make the discovery. I believe in his face going white, His queasiness, his upper lip drenched in cold sweat. I believe in the burning of his notes, burning them into ashes, burning them to the last scrap. I believe in the scattering of numbers, scattering them without regret. I believe in the man's haste, in the precision of his movements, in his free will. ...
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A chilling and insightful poem about faith and how it blinds people to evidence.

12 APR 2011

 On the Nature of Things...

No single thing abides; but all things flow. Fragment to fragment clings-the things thus grow Until we know and name them. By degrees They melt, and are no more the things we know. Globed from the atoms falling slow or swift I see the suns, I see the systems lift Their forms; and even the systems and the suns Shall go back slowly to the eternal drift. You too, oh earth-your empires, lands, and seas - Least with your stars, of all the galaxies, Globed from the drift like these, like these you ...
Folksonomies: science poetry naturalism
Folksonomies: science poetry naturalism
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An ancient poem on the nature of reality and science as the guiding light.

28 FEB 2011

 Evolution by Langdon Smith

When you were a tadpole and I was a fish   In the Paleozoic time, And side by side on the ebbing tide   We sprawled through the ooze and slime, Or skittered with many a caudal flip   Through the depths of the Cambrian fen, My heart was rife with the joy of life,   For I loved you even then. Mindless we lived and mindless we loved   And mindless at last we died; And deep in the rift of the Caradoc drift   We slumbered side by side. The world turned on in the lathe of time,   The...
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
Folksonomies: evolution poetry
  1  notes

A wonderful, inspiring poem about a love that lasts across a multitude of lifetimes and species as they evolve over time.



References

14 APR 2015

 Schisms

Audiovisual Media>Television Series, Single Episode:   (Stardate 46154.2)Schisms, Star Trek, The Next Generation, Retrieved on 2015-04-14
Folksonomies: science fiction poetry
Folksonomies: science fiction poetry
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29 MAY 2014

 The poems and prose remains of Arthur Hugh Clough, with a...

Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Clough, Arthur Hugh (1869), The poems and prose remains of Arthur Hugh Clough, with a selection from his letters, ed. by his wife, Retrieved on 2014-05-29
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    29 MAY 2014

     War Is Kind

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Crane , Stephen , War Is Kind, Library of Alexandria, Retrieved on 2014-05-29
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    29 MAY 2014

     Songs of Love, Poems of Sadness

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  VI Tshaṅs-dbyaṅs-rgya-mtsho, Dalai Lama (2004-01), Songs of Love, Poems of Sadness, I.B.Tauris, Retrieved on 2014-05-29
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  • Folksonomies: poetry
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    29 MAY 2014

     The Poems of Emily Dickinson

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Dickinson , Emily (1999), The Poems of Emily Dickinson, Harvard University Press, Retrieved on 2014-05-29
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    29 MAY 2014

     The Kiss Precise, the Hexlet, and the Bowl of Integers

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Soddy , Frederick (1936), The Kiss Precise, the Hexlet, and the Bowl of Integers, Retrieved on 2014-05-29
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  • Folksonomies: sphere
    Folksonomies: sphere
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    29 MAY 2014

     Collected Poems, 1953-1993

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Updike, John (2012-04-25), Collected Poems, 1953-1993, Random House LLC, Retrieved on 2014-05-29
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    22 JAN 2014

     New Pathways in Science

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Eddington, Arthur (2012-10-04), New Pathways in Science, Cambridge University Press, Retrieved on 2014-01-22
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  • Folksonomies: history
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    21 JUN 2012

     I Died as a Mineral

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  ar- Rumi, Jalal ad-Din (1994), I Died as a Mineral, RoutledgeCurzon, Classical Persian Literature, Retrieved on 2012-06-21
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    21 JUN 2012

     Weather Prediction by Numerical Process

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Richardson , Lewis Fry (2007-08-13), Weather Prediction by Numerical Process, Retrieved on 2012-06-21
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    21 JUN 2012

     To Science

    Periodicals>Magazine Article:  Poe, Edgar Allan (1829), To Science, Saturday Evening Post, 11 Sep 1830, Retrieved on 2012-06-21
    Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    11 JUN 2012

     A line-o'-verse or two

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Taylor , Bert Leston (1911), A line-o'-verse or two, Retrieved on 2012-06-11
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: history
    Folksonomies: history
     1  
    11 JUN 2012

     Poems upon several occasions

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  (Mary) , Mrs. Leapor and Browne , Isaac Hawkins (1748), Poems upon several occasions, Retrieved on 2012-06-11
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    11 JUN 2012

     Works of D. H. Lawrence: (30 Works) Including Sons and L...

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Lawrence , D. H. (2010), Works of D. H. Lawrence: (30 Works) Including Sons and Lovers, The Rainbow, Women in Love, The Prussian Officer and Other Stories, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd, New Poems & more (Mobi Collected Works), Retrieved on 2012-06-11
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     2  
    08 JUN 2012

     Trees and other poems

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Kilmer , Joyce (1914), Trees and other poems, Retrieved on 2012-06-08
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  •  1  
    05 JUN 2012

     The captive shrew and other poems of a biologist

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Huxley , Julian (1932), The captive shrew and other poems of a biologist, Retrieved on 2012-06-05
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    17 MAY 2012

     Collected Poems of Robert Frost

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Frost , Robert (1996-09), Collected Poems of Robert Frost, Amereon Limited, Retrieved on 2012-05-17
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    24 APR 2012

     Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Dickinson , Emily (2008-11-05), Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, Retrieved on 2012-04-24
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    17 MAR 2012

     Poems

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Crane , Stephen (1964), Poems, Retrieved on 2012-03-17
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: literary criticism
    Folksonomies: literary criticism
     1  
    28 JAN 2012

     The poetical works of Lord Byron

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Byron , Baron George Gordon Byron (1807), The poetical works of Lord Byron, Retrieved on 2012-01-28
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     3  
    17 JAN 2012

     The Ascent of Man. [With Other Poems.]

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Blind , Mathilde (2011-03), The Ascent of Man. [With Other Poems.], British Library, Historical Print Editions, Retrieved on 2012-01-17
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: poetry drama
    Folksonomies: poetry drama
     1  
    02 JAN 2012

     The Age of Wonder

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Holmes , Richard (2010-03-02), The Age of Wonder, Vintage, Retrieved on 2012-01-02
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  •  43  
    02 JAN 2012

     Prometheus Unbound

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Shelley , Percy Bysshe (2004-06), Prometheus Unbound, Kessinger Pub Co, Retrieved on 2012-01-02
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: enlightenment drama
    Folksonomies: enlightenment drama
     1  
    02 JAN 2012

     Lamia

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Keats , John (2004-06-30), Lamia, Kessinger Pub Co, Retrieved on 2012-01-02
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: fiction poetry
    Folksonomies: fiction poetry
     1  
    02 JAN 2012

     Poetry for children, selected by L. Aikin

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (1806), Poetry for children, selected by L. Aikin, Retrieved on 2012-01-02
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: history poetry
    Folksonomies: history poetry
     1  
    02 JAN 2012

     Shelley: The Pursuit

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Holmes , Richard (2005-11-10), Shelley: The Pursuit, HarperPerennial, Retrieved on 2012-01-02
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies:
    Folksonomies:
     1  
    01 JAN 2012

     Carl Sagan's cosmic connection

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Sagan , Carl (2000-10-23), Carl Sagan's cosmic connection, Cambridge Univ Pr, Retrieved on 2012-01-01
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: science
    Folksonomies: science
     33  
    18 OCT 2011

     The Last Night of the Earth Poems

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Bukowski , Charles (2002-05-31), The Last Night of the Earth Poems, Ecco, Retrieved on 2011-10-18
  • Source Material [www.agonia.net]
  •  1  
    14 SEP 2011

     Some of me poetry

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Ayres , Pam (1976), Some of me poetry, Galaxy Records, Retrieved on 2011-09-14
    Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    12 SEP 2011

     The art of preserving health

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Armstrong , John (2010-05-29), The art of preserving health, Gale ECCO, Print Editions, Retrieved on 2011-09-12
    Folksonomies: poetry medicine
    Folksonomies: poetry medicine
     1  
    01 SEP 2011

     The poetical works of Mark Akinside. With his life

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Akenside , Mark (2010-08-29), The poetical works of Mark Akinside. With his life, Nabu Press, Retrieved on 2011-09-01
    Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    29 AUG 2011

     Poems

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Abbey , Henry (2010-08-30), Poems, Nabu Press, Retrieved on 2011-08-29
    Folksonomies: poetry naturalism
    Folksonomies: poetry naturalism
     1  
    16 JUN 2011

     Ready for This: Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall

    Audiovisual Media>Audio Recording:  Minchin, Tim (July 20, 2009), Ready for This: Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Inertia Records, Retrieved on 2011-06-16
  • Source Material [www.youtube.com]
  •  1  
    08 JUN 2011

     Song of Myself: The First and Final Editions of the Great...

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Whitman , Walt (2011-02-04), Song of Myself: The First and Final Editions of the Great American Poem, CreateSpace, Retrieved on 2011-06-08
    Folksonomies: poetry naturalism
    Folksonomies: poetry naturalism
     2  
    01 JUN 2011

     Grunch of Giants

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Fuller , R. Buckminster (2008), Grunch of Giants, Design Science, Retrieved on 2011-06-01
     8  
    03 MAY 2011

     The Erasmus Darwin Collection

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Darwin , Erasmus (2009-08-14), The Erasmus Darwin Collection, Retrieved on 2011-05-03
    Folksonomies: evolution poetry
    Folksonomies: evolution poetry
     1  
    13 APR 2011

     The Scientific Poems of Margaret Cavendish

    Electronic/World Wide Web>Internet Article:  Cavendish , Margaret (1657), The Scientific Poems of Margaret Cavendish, Retrieved on 2011-04-13
  • Source Material [hypatiamaze.org]
  • Folksonomies: science art poetry
    Folksonomies: science art poetry
     1  
    12 APR 2011

     On the Nature of Things

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Lucretius , (2010-10-13), On the Nature of Things, Richer Resources Publications, Retrieved on 2011-04-12
    Folksonomies: poetry ancient naturalism
    Folksonomies: poetry ancient naturalism
     3  
    12 APR 2011

     View with a Grain of Sand: Selected Poems

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Szymborska , Wislawa (1995-05-26), View with a Grain of Sand: Selected Poems, Mariner Books, Retrieved on 2011-04-12
    Folksonomies: poetry
    Folksonomies: poetry
     1  
    28 FEB 2011

     Evolution, a Fantasy

    Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Langdon , Smith, (2009-08-20), Evolution, a Fantasy, BiblioBazaar, Retrieved on 2011-02-28
  • Source Material [www.archive.org]
  • Folksonomies: evolution poetry
    Folksonomies: evolution poetry
     1