Hark! The Mosquitoes Ring
Hatred of the itching
War on earth as deet sprays
Never to my dismay
Joyful as itching wanes
Mosquitoes are my bane Read More
This last Wednesday marked the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice (June 21st, 2017). As the summer drags on, it’s become a little too easy to just lay back and enjoy the sunshine.
Check out what scientific discoveries we’ve been reading about lately! Read More
Like a diamond in the sky
A planet of carbon
Hard and crystallized.
Do they have diamond families?
Living in diamond houses,
Eating diamond food? Read More
In a world ravaged by a decade of war, how far would desperation push those in power to stop the fighting? How many years would it take for them to learn to stop worrying and love the bomb? Read More
This is a Protein Poem where the topic was known by the poet. We are working on new ways to expand Protein Poems for different scenarios, feel free to Contact Us if you have any ideas! Disappointed portrait supposed talk about other things the truth is getting covered up A better day wants you so… Read More
Will Camfield recently traveled to one of London’s popular attractions: The Hive. This work of art was not only pleasing for the senses, but it also got him thinking of a critical issue. This is his story. Read More
Caffeine, caffeine, what joy you bring to me,
Coffee, coffee, you are the one I need. Read More
This last weekend, for the second time, we held a pilot test of Cellular Stories; the first test we practiced creating plot points from conversation transcripts, this test we did that and practiced creating characters – since, you know, a story without any characters isn’t much of a story. Read More
Lonestar – A Protein Poem (2017)
That’s not it,
Which is it?
Needs be there,
but did not follow.
Protein equals Poem,
technically lone star,
all one star,
nice. Read More
Life in Trappist-1: A World of Twilight and Danger. What would life be like in Trappist-1? Here is just one possibility! Read More