Tag Archives: ha’ sonnet

Friction does not oppose motion!

You can’t, of course
walk or drive, with
no friction force.
Please tell your kith
and tell your kin:
You can’t begin
without friction. Continue reading

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a statement of intent

Kiddies fiddling
with piggy’s hair? Continue reading

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Tuesday afternoon ha’sonnet

Come sit by me
and have a drink –
a G&T,
a chat, a think.
I’m getting old
for ventures bold,
but this’ll do.

 

 

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Sunday afternoon ha’ sonnet

Washed in birdsong Continue reading

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Faraday’s law

A little bit of Sunday afternoon nerdity inspired by the twisted mouse’s EMI: Continue reading

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yet more Sunday morning ha’ sonnets

The dawn chorus begins…

Magpie song flows
a clear, bright stream Continue reading

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even more Sunday morning ha’ sonnets

There’s a pig at the door Continue reading

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F=ma (is over-rated)

Newton’s second
is all they know – Continue reading

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Raspberry canes

Ten bare sticks lie
across my hand Continue reading

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more Sunday morning ha’ sonnets

Sort of in response to Stephen and his cats:

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Coffee is brewed,
animals fed, Continue reading

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