Monday, January 4, 2016

“Set Perpendicular to My Parallel” by Lauren McBride, Frequent Contributor and Poet of the Week

Songs of Eretz Poetry Review is pleased to present “Set Perpendicular to My Parallel” by Lauren McBride, a Songs of Eretz Frequent Contributor (see Editor's Note) and this week's Poet of the Week.  A biography of Mrs. McBride may be found in the “About Our Editor & Frequent Contributors” section.

Set Perpendicular to My Parallel
Lauren McBride              
                                                                             
3D suits me perfectly
with comforting simplicity,                     
while multiverse brane theory
strains my brain till weary.        

A        m                 A        w   
r          o                 n         o
e          r                 d         u
           e                             l
t                             i          d
h         o                 f
e         f                             t
r                            s          h
e         m               o,         e
           e                            y
r          ?
e                                       a
a                                       g
l                                        r
l                                        e
y                                       e
                                         ?

Poet’s Notes: While fascinated by the many articles I have read in Scientific American on branes and string theory and multiverses, the physics and math leave my head spinning.

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