Burial

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a pivotal ballet message in the exact center of Australia. Taken with 60mm while I stood on one foot.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a pivotal ballet message in the exact center of Australia. Taken with 60mm while I stood on one foot.

Sun rays slip through the scene

piercing leaves transparent green

Fuzzy focus, glowing lines

Yellow slats through the pines

 

Beneath the undergrowth and rotting leaves

Tawny, armored centipede curves and reaves

Washing over the unwary in the damp

Death from the poison mandibles clamp

This image represents cajun sausage that traveled through time to the peace accord between cake and pie.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents cajun sausage that traveled through time to the peace accord between cake and pie.

 

Beneath the fallen autumn crunch

Ribbed worms stretch and scrunch

Hydrostatic segments move under soil

Channeling hollow ghosts from the toil

 

Crowding in space between it all

Bacteria drift the Brownian squall

Resilient, numerous, and diverse

And comfy in their universe

Artsy Photo: Click for full size.This image represents five kittens frolicking in a confetti forest with puff the magic dragon.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size.This image represents five kittens frolicking in a confetti forest with puff the magic dragon.

Get the train through

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a plaid clad stenographer trapped in Disney Lands small world ride.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a plaid clad stenographer trapped in Disney Lands small world ride.

The pet door lets cats and dogs past, permeable to Mittens and Rex, freedom at last!

Too small to let humans through, the pet door is impermeable to me and to you

 

A cell membrane permeable to sodium will let it out and or in

Yet when impermeable, sodium’s trapped on one side of the skin

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a purple Moped upside down.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a purple Moped upside down.

Crystal swallowed sleep

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a new hope for the dream of a candlestick apocalypse.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a new hope for the dream of a candlestick apocalypse.

A frigid, dizzy, swirl

A maddening maelstrom whirlpool

Despite a cheeks rosy glows, frosty pallor grows, we all sink in winter snows

 

Snowflake geometry expands, vapor becomes ice before it lands

Twisting, twinkling, turning in the sky, refracting light on the fly

 

Silent sailing in the night, translucent fractals piling white

Dusting trees, needles and branches, sliding off in avalanches

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents Twinklebell's magic show turned bloody.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents Twinklebell’s magic show turned bloody.

 

Winter crystals rising, swirling, falling, dancing to a wind howling, calling

Harbingers of a cold that’s biting, hunger, scarcity, animals fighting

 

A frigid, dizzy, swirl

A maddening maelstrom whirlpool

Despite a cheek’s rosy glows, frosty pallor grows, we all sink in winter snows

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents Bill Murray's role as Neil Armstrong in his journey to the ultraviolet gas station.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents Bill Murray’s role as Neil Armstrong in his journey to the ultraviolet gas station.

Shoots, ladders, and hoops

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the undiscovered uses of chewing gum.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the undiscovered uses of chewing gum.

Carbon’s for building the backbone of all life’s chemical facets

The framework for carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids

 

It binds together in infinite patterns to make tomatoes, kitties, and lightning bug lanterns

Sugar’s carbon is linked in bent little rings, for lipids and proteins its connected in strings

Nucleic acids are different kinds of hoops, carbon needs the nitrogen N to bind the loops

Artsy Photos: Click for full size. This image represents the only reason to wear socks at the zoo.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the only reason to wear socks at the zoo.

 

Nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and phosphates form DNA’s coded double helical build,

Sugar and phosphate are the rails, and nucleic acid the rungs of which the ladder’s filled

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the core beliefs of piano tuners united. Taken with 60mm fixed lens and a mirrored dslr

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the core beliefs of piano tuners united. Taken with 60mm fixed lens and a mirrored dslr

Shattered all to pieces

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents sauerkraut gleefully tossed at a bar mitzvah

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents sauerkraut gleefully tossed at a bar mitzvah

Molecules, particles, atoms and elements, they all describe tiny pieces of matter strewn across space by supernovae splatter.

Specific, generic, the definitions need not be esoteric. It’s time to simplify and shatter all the confusing extraneous chatter.

This image a robot speaking to Jerry Rice and his two pocket watches.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a robot speaking to Jerry Rice and his two pocket watches.

 

Pardon the particle, it’s a vague description, a foggy term, a word that will squirm, an unpleasant vocabulary malediction.

It may be a speck of dust, grain of sand, or atom or molecule in the hand. This word it causes friction, when possible avoid the obscure affliction.

 

An atom’s one indivisible piece of an element. It’s the tiniest piece of gold in that ring. It can’t be made smaller not by anything.

It can’t be broke, or split, or rent, any smaller and it’s a different element, oodles of atoms together in a string make up the luster about which we sing.

 

Two or more atoms together bound, either all one kind or multiple elements to be found in a molecule whether it sticks out straight or winds round and round.

The bubbles in soda are built by carbon dioxide molecules, one carbon bound to two oxygen, only in that ratio, those are the rules. So when that beverage cap’s unwound thank the molecules for the fizzing sound.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents Kermit the Gorf

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents Kermit the Gorf

Let’s frack the hell out of everything: Idea #0016

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the undeniable agony of candle lit bubble baths.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the undeniable agony of candle lit bubble baths.

Nothing’s sweeter than a long, hard horizontal drilling along mother earth’s stone cold grooves. With penetration, we can squirt a high pressure jet into mother earth’s honey pot making her quiver and rumble, wearing down and weakening her stony restraint until, in exhaustion, she finally cracks and expels her yummy, gooey, natural resource froth. We need that ecstasy inducing exudate impregnating the groundwater. Let’s shower in that shimmering slickwater. Why not wash our loincloths in that bubbling seepage. It’s time we boil our noodles with it, and drink it in our coffee, and tea. Let’s add that sluice to our juice from concentrate. If our faucets aren’t erupting with hot, ignitable fracking passion, we haven’t fracked hard or long enough. It must be done. We humans have needs. After a long day at work, is it so much to ask that we enjoy the soothing benefits of a thorough fracking? Dikes frack all the time. Why shouldn’t we.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the cruel conflict between the flavors of raspberry and blueberry.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the cruel conflict between the flavors of raspberry and blueberry.

We’ll frack all along that dirt track until we get a nice eruption of natural gas. Let’s Frack in Hollywood, Yellowstone, and along both the shining Pacific and Atlantic oceans. All along the roaring Mississippi, let’s frack. In the crack of the grand canyon and on Montana’s fossil bed, we can frack all day and all night long. Let’s get sticky in the heat of Louisiana’s steamy swamps and heat the cold frost of northern Minnesota’s nearly endless winter with rough, relentless fracking. We can frack in the cloak of London’s fog, and in the haunting dryness of the Australian outback. We’ll frack against China’s great wall, and in Italy we’ll frack framed by the frescos of the sistine chapel. No place is too sacred. Let the Frack fest begin!

This images represents able bodied pigeons and a carton of spiny milk.

This images represents able bodied pigeons and a carton of spiny soda water.

 

Fracking is thirsty work, so let’s gather up all the drinking water and frack the world. If you don’t want to frack, I don’t want to hear about it. You’ll just have to either shut the frack up, or frack off .

We’re going to need a big red stapler: Idea # 0015

Artsy photo: Click for full size. This image represents the final day of John Candy's cat Missy. She won her final battle against the forces of Malfotron and their prickly pear pie onslaught, but succumbed to a heart attack moments after. Taken with 60mm

Artsy photo: Click for full size. This image represents the final day of John Candy’s cat Missy. She won her final battle against the forces of Malfotron and their prickly pear pie onslaught, but succumbed to a heart attack moments after.
Taken with 60mm

Setting up institutions, and drawing up blueprints and contracts to save the world requires a lot of paper. Whenever there’s paper, there’s an inevitable need for stapling. That’s why the world needs an ultra bright, nuclear sugar powered, morphogenic nanotech metamaterial, brilliant blazing red stapler with giant, industrial strength staples.

It must be a deep, deep, brilliant red, the apotheosis of the color red. Many people think that the color red is merely one particular wavelength or set of wavelengths within the spectrum of visible light. They are wrong. It is more. True red must engender two specific primal emotions, lust and rage. If the color does not immediately launch the viewer into unending, uncontrollable acts of simultaneous fornication and violence, it is no red at all. It’s a flimsy, pond scum thin approximation. Using an approximation for paint is a suicidal shame.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the torment of a new baseball glove improperly worn on the head.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the torment of a new baseball glove improperly worn on the head.

Only with this red stapler can we withstand the furious, screaming bureaucratic paper storm headed our way. We’ll also need a couple of pens and a three ring binder. Also someone should order pizza or Thai food.

Chop, chop let’s go! This paperwork isn’t going to fill out itself.

Artsy photo: Click for full size. This image represents a approach to paperclip castles.

Artsy photo: Click for full size. This image represents a new approach to paperclip castles.

We shouldn’t make giant robot spiders

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the lost pair of underwear on planet Kepler 186f. Iso speed of 200 still seems a bit grainy

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the lost pair of underwear on planet Kepler 186f.
Iso speed of 200 still seems a bit grainy

Along came an arachnid unbeknownst to the katydid

Eight legs lunged with fangs dripping a poison liquid

 

With chitin exoskeleton fully impaled

The herbivorous insect thrashed and flailed

 

Digestive enzymes made the prey’s innards liquid and loose

The spider grasped its prize and slowly sucked the juice

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represent wonder woman's feeling about the trade gap between Chicago and Boston.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents wonder woman’s feeling about the trade gap between Chicago and Boston.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents 5 shillings and a bagel.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents 5 shillings and a bagel.

Your destiny, I mean density

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents lost chickens in Turkey. Also the bokeh turned out awesome!

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents lost chickens in Turkey. Also the bokeh turned out awesome!

Sand filling a jar or feathers packed tight

One is heavy while the other is light

 

The sand fits more matter scrunched together

Because it’s so crowded, it outweighs the feather

 

Whether the shape is a box or a cylindrical column

Density describes the amount of matter per unit volume

The photon funk

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the disturbing rise of feminism within Jim Varney's Bathroom. I took 40 tries with different exposures and lighting trying to get it just right. ENJOY IT!

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the disturbing rise of feminism within Jim Varney’s Bathroom. I took 40 tries with different exposures and lighting trying to get it just right. ENJOY IT!

Zip, whiz, and zoom in space

Wave particles run the photon pace

 

There is a limit to the flight

You can’t exceed the speed of light

 

Forward blue and backward red

All the wavelengths are duly spread

 

Through a vacuum without end

And yielding to the gravity bend

 

Ever onward free of time

Traveling light is sublime