Quantum waves, once let there be light My heart was touched by integrated theorems numbers were reversed in polished — notation papers filled filling up with formulas Those days deriving (raving) pleasures from the calculus and waves electromagnetism Let there be quantum light Maxwell didn’t have a silver hammer. papers filled with ink as Rubik’s cube was melting in my hand, In company we talked for- ever drinking inex(pensive) wine, eating / boys be boys. Music tape recorded mixed my heart with glass Walkman p(l)aying, lying. Patent leather shoes, shirts too big and I said: “Let’s dance” dancing sneaking hands under blouses, I dreamt to fit in shoulder pads Nuclei unstable should we have or not. Should be hot, We dreamt: our computers were not yet monsters in a cave. We dreamt: been binary been subroutines routines in fractions elemental. Let there be light, let me be right.
Today I’m hosting dVerse MTB with a secret guest. we are using free write to create free verse. The theme is looking back through your last decades picking any theme. (1) Select a few keywords, (2) put a time to exactly 9 minutes and write whatever comes to your mind. (3) use this to create your free verse. This is how my draft looked, after going back to my years at university when I was studying physics.
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December 17, 2015