Rationale of Night and Day


Rationale of Night and Day 

in the choke
hold of transparent
reason, said no Lover who loved,

who swallowed
the Earth, and spewed out
complexities of rational

falls in
the depths of
Night’s perplexities
quintessentially thrust through stars

seems lost until you
prick the shadows of Day and Night


LOVE Fibonacci! I had to participate in the grand fabulous prompt at dVerse. Those who have been reading my poems for a while know that I adore numbers. I have a slight fixation with Pi, infinity, and lovely mathematical series such as Fibonacci. Thank you Tony Maude!

I am also, quite obsessed with mathematicians, but I really must get going because I promised the kids that we would go to the park.

Here are a few others that I have written in the past, at times I use this type of poetry to bring my chaotic mind to peace. 🙂

Waxing Tears

Silent Lover

Converging With Galaxies

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Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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22 Responses to Rationale of Night and Day

  1. Tony Maude says:

    A pleasure to bring you so much joy – and you gave me a real treat reading your poem … smiles

  2. claudia says:

    smiles…i just love that poets who swallowed the earth part…and who knows exactly what comes out…smiles

    • Thank you Claudia! I had a great visual in my mind with those words – I wish I could paint it or draw it. I suppose, the “word” art form will have to do. It is always a great anticipation to see what “the poets” will spew out. 🙂

  3. Mary says:

    I like the part that Claudia likes as well. It is the poets that make sense of the earth that they swallow, I think.

  4. shanyns says:

    Your love of this form, and those like it, shines through! Hope your time at the park was inspiring as well.

    • Oh, I love the name of your blog! Sunflowers are my favorite. 🙂 Thank you! We did have a great time and it was inspiring, indeed. I took them to a park near the river there are always so many things to become consumed with there.

  5. I still need more words that are stronger but mean incredible! xo

  6. Love your poems! ‘mid- day fantasy’…

  7. brian miller says:

    oh these were good…love the choke/hold line break in the first and the poet swallowing the earth…ha…that was cool…..these were def fun….

    • Thank you Brian! I do enjoy creating them. I like to make those “breaking” points to give a disconnected feel, but at the same time it has a certain numerical flow. My form of amusement. 🙂

  8. hypercryptical says:

    Lovely, lovely, lovely!
    Anna :o]

  9. Fantastic one…… 🙂

  10. MuseWriter says:

    awesome! really enjoyed this 🙂

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