Poetry by Neil Ellman *

Why is There Something Rather Than Nothing (after the painting by Gerry Bergstein) From Einstein’s mind a universe where nothing was something is mass squared and light from energy the why of it eludes the patterns on a plasma screen the random collisions of random particles circling until they meet at the last at last as […]

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Poetry by Neil Ellman

Heavy Red (after the painting by Wassily Kandinsky) Every bubble in the universe every line and arc every wave the sound of mourning and the scent of birth every color has its weight— a molecule of red contains the universe the endless heaviness of sleep. ——————————————————————————– Balancement (after the painting by Wassily Kandinsky)   Between […]

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