Monthly Archives: February 2016

No Roadside Assistance

February ends The moon’s a blown-out tire, flat Slapping on asphalt The bent rim rolls on and on Trailing sparks across the night

Posted in Art, Art is lies, Art is theft, Cosmology, Hank Williams, John MacKenzie, John MacKenzie Poetry, Micropoetry, New poems, Poem tweets, Poetry, Space, Tanka, Tanka, The Moon, The Sky, Time, Winter | Leave a comment

Baseball Research as Evolutionary Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience

Nothing rigorous or particularly substantial here (except in the linked article), just a thought or two I had this morning while doing my regular rounds of baseball sites. This Baseball Prospectus article by Guy Molyneaux is fascinating and, I’d say, … Continue reading

Posted in Baseball, Evolution, Evolutionary Psychology, Neuroscience, Science, The Brain | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Don’t Mince Words

How thin this world must taste to those who slice its facts into ribbons, desperate for nuance

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Mid-February

Today the willow Bending low over the fence Sketches on the snow A night from late in summer— Moonlight squeaked beneath our feet

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

February Thaw

Even in this fog The harbour isn’t silent. Unseen, the gulls mewl Above ice broken, but thick Still—frost lies deep in the ground.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I Don’t Hear the Crows

I don’t hear the crows gabbing their garbled gossip in this morning’s rain you opened the door to leave— the whole street was a murmur

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment