"We Are but Everlasting Animals"
eloquence in ruins
the dust of a nation
abuse of fusion.
all the latest spacecraft
A Little Bit of Wonder
a little bit of wonder,
stars like bubbles of vermilion cream,
their practical applications inverted,
as a thing carried out
in the building of monsters
sleep paralysis and fear
for the villagers,
Born a little ways from the shore of Lake Erie, Andy Miller
ANDY WRITES: "The Skeptic" comes out of an interest of mine in The Skeptical Inquirer and the scientific methods. I "inquired" into books on skepticism for children K-3, and people at Skeptical were kind enough to send me a box of books--for older students. I do believe that even young children can learn to enjoy the "Rational" without losing the "Magic." Meaning that critical thinking is fine, and indeed necessary--so long as the imagination remains intact.
The title of the first poem is drawn from the first line of
a book called