Friday, April 14, 2017

This Solar Province

The sidewalks have turned on the crowds,
killing against all adulation
as massive plumes erupt from their plastic surface,

following the ritualised forms of traditional dresses.
The new defense ministry is giving free samples
(dropped from aircraft) of an elaborate molecule

in rainbow hues like artificial azaleas.
In a city under a hot-water ocean,
a laboratory of the unnecessary.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

North Koreans set to celebrate leader amid tensions
Enceladus' Subsurface Energy Source and the Search for Life
U.S. Drops 'Mother of All Bombs' on ISIS Target in Afghanistan

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Media Vortices Adapt

media landscape profoundly changed taking full control
deals approved by regulators since the collapse
widening reach top global hub content innovation

colourful dazzling swirls spectacular views of atmosphere
positioned directly opposite to sun immense
and powerful storms hundreds of smaller vortices

octopi use RNA to quickly adapt to temperature changes
did not quite believe occurrence when they first saw it
approaches vertebrates in complexity somehow connected

-- Clark Allison

Fox takeover of Sky gets European approval
Jupiter shows off its famous Great Red Spot
Octopi and squids rewrite their RNA

Friday, March 24, 2017

Study In Passing

Under anti-social automation
the workers widen support
of the decently distraught.

Suffering from parental indifference
the country creates
an injured image of faith.

A year on, who will report the
fresh distress of a million
misappropriated mothers?

-- Rebecca Eddy

British maternity pay is one of the worst in Europe
UK workers at risk of being replaced by robots
Photo of woman in hijab passing attack victim 'misappropriated'

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Red Water Within

With an air of prediction
the troubled public leaks;
sewage birds and tributaries.

Licensed killing aids
an electric of wildlife;
untreated and toxic.

Pumping red records; the
company is unprecedented.
Secretary Water to General Fish.

-- Rebecca Eddy

Thames Water hit with record £20m fine for huge sewage leaks
Apple launches red iPhone 7 and video app
Diesel black cabs 'will be a thing of the past within six years'

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Upgraded Pattern Mode

rise of mobiles laptop market staggering exceeded devices
unthinkable independent web analytics global internet usage
stylistic changes improvements cosmetic tipped to upgraded

surprisingly good multiplayer mode against waves of enemies
range of excuses each mission more agile previous games
combat mechanics boosters mods exact same loadout remote

anti-migrant in that light a series powerful symbolic blow
litmus test strength of anti-establishment populism
framed as continuity versus chaos fit and pattern

-- Clark Allison

Dutch election: a litmus test for anti-establishment populism
Mass Effect: Andromeda hands-on – games within games
Windows 10 update - Microsoft facing the ‘unthinkable’

Monday, March 06, 2017

Deepwater Rumours Distraction

shock chop luscious long bob pixie Rachel hairstyle
confirmed split in statement rumours or falsifications
can confirm respectful loving space not known what to blame

error led wrong best series of mistakes
failed to follow established backstage protocols
handing wrong envelope tweeted photo distraction

smattering weird and dazzling creatures marine sanctuaries
rich area for discovery deepwater reefs
hydrothermal vent communities relic deep-sea habitats

-- Clark Allison

Katy Perry CHOPS Locks into Miley Cyrus Shaved Hairdo
Oscars mix-up pair get bodyguards after 'death threats'
Incredible Life Forms NOAA Found on its Latest Deep Sea Dive

Monday, February 20, 2017

Credulity Open Overtures

even more by the questions morning dismiss address
reassure overtures obsolete after all hard going
absolutely no vision came surrounding going inner

attacks on media comments took place in a softer light
individual liberties lost sparring tweeting no credulity
a free and times adversarial press democracy as we know it

out of their hands a door remains open
we have moved on the last thing legal obstacles and
electoral backlash what happens harder tone of reprieve

-- Clark Allison

Washington PR push fails to quell Europe's anxiety over Trump
Dictatorship, Nixonian: McCain Among Trump Critics on Media
"That bus has gone": EU sees no Brexit U-turn now

Sunday, February 19, 2017

An Unbelievable Battleground

The world is currently an exodus of people
A clash between thousands
Brutal conflicts arise

A surge of demonstrations
Against a nemesis
Millions are desperate for change

People wish for
An extraordinary miracle, but
Will there ever be a victory?

-- Sophia Moreno

What It’s Like in the 7 Countries on Travel Ban List
Uber triggers protest for collecting fares during taxi strike
Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal in Australian Open

With Atmospheric Ubiquity

An Internet shrine made to celebrate the real world,
in patterns humans alone could not follow,
like Sufi songs drifting over highest Peru.

Hundreds of devotees have since been injured
in the restoration of the weather monarchy.
And who is that giant fraud bomber, they said,

moving unknowingly around crowded public places,
helping to deliver death and corruption?
It's King Loon on rollerblades.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

An attack on everything Sufism stands for
Machine Learning Invades Real World on Internet Balloons
Spain's Princess Cristina acquitted in tax fraud trial

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Opinions Missed Artistry

unrest same district sparked by alleged brutality escalated
placed under formal investigation vehicles set on fire
out of touch widespread criticism borrowing costs opinions

urged to search phrases growing problem template fraud
emotional damage far outweighs strange knew so much
missed identity scammer what story laptop phone

instructed consider quality commercial cultural interest
made to amorphous criteria self-interest financial benefit
based more artistry than sales I don't know what this means

-- Clark Allison

Paris riots escalate as police face investigation for alleged rape
Online dating conmen 'using love letter templates'
Do the Grammy Awards 'Mean Anything?' Probably Not

Sunday, February 05, 2017

Iconic Illiberal Confusion

suspended controversial ban ridiculous vowing ruling
hard to understand detail challenging ban resume
causing anger confusion indefinite suspension whatsoever

wielding machete assailant full display drizzly winter
sprawling building iconic museum spoke condition anonymity
leaning against wall blue and white sports jacket

tasteless criticised cartoon welcoming migrant masses
unfair gain catastrophic mistake gory fashion cover front
sense distorted image illiberal irony sides comparison

-- Clark Allison

US reverses travel ban over court ruling as Trump fumes
Louvre museum reopens; Egypt identifies machete attacker
Der Spiegel: Trump beheading cover sparks criticism

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Victorian Media Mansion

A narrow road with unoccupied mansion,
parked cars which water the waste
squatters who moved despite lawyers.

The Victorian era created social media
in a flooding, largely, screaming abuse
at oligarch and sewerage services.

Water the fight against water waste
to highlight inequality to contribute
to a five-year plan to knock him out.

-- Alex Horn

Jeremy Vine road rage driver's lawyer pleads for leniency
Average water bills to rise by 2% this year to aid investment
Belgravia mansion squatters evicted by bailiffs

Breakthough: We Learned the Risk

Divorce could end in a fist fight
Breaking the wall of silence
Unaware of the faulty heart

The key things we learned
Paralysed, “happy”, locked in
At risk and unknown

I never have, never would
Impossible to read their thoughts
Warned of the risk

-- Jennifer Grounds

11 things we learned about Brexit from Sir Ivan Rogers
Mind-reading scientists ‘talk’ to locked-in syndrome patients
25,000 at risk of coronary heart disease due to faulty gene

Kill Our Galaxy

His heart is a void
She told the Moon - a long term case
One that could result in a catastrophic kill.

A collision course,
hurtling at 1.2 million miles an hour
A woman and a man met in space

But now, leave a note
Online, on the Earth, the Moon
A court document for space, 65 billion years from now.

-- Spencer Byrne

Earth And Moon May Be On Long-Term Collision Course
Woman declares, ‘I am a serial killer!’ and stabs date in chest
Huge ‘dead zone’ is pushing galaxy through space

Core of Loneliness

Living in the blue room
Ripped away from an iron core
Bodies that almost became notorious

Looking back can make you feel captured
You feel safer being a secret
At the cost of a terrible fate

Strangely the loneliness below the surface
Is a happy chain of stories
Across the ice searching for comfort

-- Kathryn Wright

Hunt for Antarctica's 'missing meteorites'
'Down and anxious' - when loneliness hits
The secret trade in baby chimps

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The Street Plotting

The former stable girl
A would-be killer
Own up or flee the scene.

Horses worth up to £300,000
Inside a church in Limoeiro de Anadia
Roared off down the street

Furious after her ex-partner Alan Suckling
Was plotting to take out a father and son
Of all places – in front of the house of a CCTV buff.

-- E King

Fury of £148m lotto winner after partner moves out
The wedding assassin: Gunman follows bride and groom
CCTV analyst captures Parcelforce driver smashing into car

Death of Readers

Our homeland is not losing,
It is a battle of hundreds of thousands
To stop the bungled debate of the individual.

When we learned about the order,
We said it is to stop,
And signed below.

We are the refugee,
And we will launch their hunt,
For we are the refugee.

-- E.K. Smith

'A ludicrous farce': readers on parliament's Brexit debate
Madeleine McCann's parents set to appeal libel case
Homeland chief says immigration ban is 'temporary pause'

Zone Order Resistance

worrying declarations part of an external threat
placed in a difficult situation 70 years put into question
the Transatlantic bond order global peace can survive

a coordinated wall of legal resistance
an awakening the administration major issues
harmful discriminatory and unconstitutional

beaches and reefs white sand clear blue sea
crystals carried in volcanic lava ancient continental crust
would have been dangerous a buffer zone

-- Clark Allison

EU’s Donal Tusk sees Trump as Threat to Europe
3 states: Democratic attorneys general challenge Trump
The 'lost continent' under Mauritius

Law Dissent State

Hold a debate,
sign a petition,
consider a rival.

Downgrading people,
banning the invitation.
A bare and public showdown.

The entire Refugee United States.
The growing discord and dissent,
gross indecency went public.

-- Daniel Naylor

UK issues posthumous pardons for thousands of gay men
President Trump fires acting attorney general over refugee ban
Parliament to debate Trump visit after 1.6m sign petition

Monday, January 30, 2017

Days to Forget

Remind us why we fell in love in the first place.
The little kids who don’t know how to be grown up,
It’s easy to forget that.

Lost in the streets of nonstop mystery
That tests us to find out who ‘us’ is
In the days that made us forget.

It’s easy to wonder that despite this age together,
Nobody could have predicted that
We can still forget why we fell in love.

--Antony Jeffries

9 awesome mascots who will remind you why you love football
Who was the abandoned man with no memory?
Jet-set love story: Couple reveal how they saved $50,000


The restrictions were part of
Its controversial immigration ban
There were 50 worshipers

These countries were already named
In London on Monday
During the period of Ramadan

38 countries to enter
The British Foreign Secretary
Called it a terror attack

-- Kimana McCallum

US travel ban: Why these seven countries?
UK left flailing after contradictory signals on Trump travel ban
Suspected shooter in Quebec mosque attack charged

Sunday Memoranda Rally

With the flick of pen
Actions, promises and orders,
Broke years of work

We do not need new laws,
We need the people
To kick start and rally a new campaign

Call the authorities to say: ‘Trump,
We are treating the activities as
A terror attack’

-- B Mason

Quebec mosque shooting suspect named
What’s Trump done so far? 15 executive actions
Fran├žois Fillon and British wife quizzed over 'Penelope-gate

Tigers and Terror

The Queen blasted a million three-metre-high tigers,
an attack that horrified the zoo.
An act of possible terrorism.

The President could not afford another wife,
a gravely wounded man.
Canada's prime minister is very happy.

A suggestion that Trump began ripping a child apart
erupted Sunday night.
More than 70 people joined him.

-- Charlie Cordt

Theresa May: Trump's visit will go ahead despite travel ban
Tourist mauled to death by tigers
Six counts of murder for Quebec mosque attack suspect

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Sapphire Ezekiel 10

The possibility of grand history
Not yet planned to reach the TWO stairgates
Easily scaled shut on February 26

A 68 minute assumption to mark the common family
An extra eight for the day she reigned
As seen in their windows out of any car

Escape from 9:00 pm ET to 10:13, return for the kids
The 21-month-old Queen in the high chair
Revealed midseason to a pail of garbage

-- Lizzie Arnold

Mum stunned as Houdini toddler climbs two stairgates
Queen to become first monarch to reach Sapphire Jubilee
Next Episodes Of The Walking Dead Get Extended Runtime

Countless Death Talks

The Foreign Secretary is locked in the moon
To ensure dual citizenship,
From that faked American space agency.

Trump’s teasing travel ban,
The American administration ordered into an enclosure.
A televised landing faked in a zoo.

Moon missions not affected by tigers as they fed,
Ripping neck off Trump’s wife,
An end to intense scrutiny.

-- Sarah Bridger

Three tigers maul man to death in Chinese zoo
Boris Johnson calls for Brits to be exempt from Trump's ban
Lunacy? Shocking video claims Apollo 10 mission was faked

Pleased Yet Awful

The first half was comfortable
rested like a zoo animal, feeding.
Careers suspended in a green limbo

Written instructions received
the new goal is a real killer
Wednesday's words ripping heads apart

In the end, adrift of safety,
the jaws of work lay him motionless
dragged further into man's own lair.

-- J. Niklasson

Trump travel ban: people's stories from US and around world
Horror as tiger mauls tourist after climbing into enclosure
Manchester United 4-0 Wigan: FA Cup – as it happened

Making a Man

Misogyny is a Kingdom.
The vice like vulgarity calls
For a debate of an appearance.

A man, a wife, a child.
Government responds to season.
The captive prevented from making a debate.

The state has confirmed rumours,
But there is no set kingdom,
And the man died from a long wait.

-- H. Titley

Fathermauled to death by three tigers
Petition calling on UK to cancel Trump state visit
Netflix confirms Making a Murderer season 2 will return

Immigration Reveals Monsters

When barred for days
And the clampdown wrong,
A broken refugee protests.

A burial ground for lies exposed,
A Deadman’s buried floating on
The island of erosion

The blade of crime,
A knife has risen.
England, Freedom?

-- Adrian Martin

Boris Johnson: US immigration order divisive and wrong
Deadman's Island reveals the grisly history of Kent
Knife crime in UK cities 'turning people into monsters'

Unusual Missing Suspect

Twenty-five, drifting in water
Spotted by the military
Later rescued, people still missing

There could be more victims
A suspect of sex attacks on buses
Complaints from 6 people

Unusual debris removed
After causing a stand-still
Writing on twitter: Take Care.

-- Jessica Gajadharsingh

22 rescued, Malaysia searches for 6 others from boat sinking
Bus sex attack suspect hunted over 'despicable' assaults
Traffic brought to standstill on M1 after canoe blocks fast lane

Saturday, January 28, 2017

The Twitching Habitat

On the verge of France and California
Causing their strategy to collapse,
A tricky mechanism, a hungry bacteria.

Starlings are forced to inhibit the body
Scavenging for their habitats and lose,
Some of them have been found to go hungry.

No doubt, the birdwatch will be on
When we change our behaviour to conserve energy,
For the next stomach-distressing extinction.

-- Adriana Ciontea

Twitching to start as annual Birdwatch survey gets under way
Bacteria's sneaky way to spread by getting you to eat more
Cannibal hamsters forced to eat their own babies

The Drunk Universe

As a self-described "old drunk”
foiled by the confoundingly high pressures to create it
It’s a little surreal

I really don't see the point of getting angry
but surreal is what Balls is all about these days
It starts with the universe's big bang-for-your-buck

I do see the point of getting drunk
That would be brilliant, don’t you think?
It says they’ve cracked one more

-- Susanne S. Aase

'A truly magnificent talent:' actor John Hurt dies at 77
Ed Balls on touring with Strictly Come Dancing Live!
Solved? Cracking the code of metallic hydrogen

Super John Remembered

Gazing into midnight
everybody quiet
another hole in the heart

classic work of wonder
fond memories together
on the electrical express

Hollywood is yellow with age
time passing with powerful rocket fuel
The Elephant Man will live forever

-- Kevin Woodley

Retired manual writer remembers work on Apollo mission
John Hurt: From The Elephant Man to Harry Potter
Claim made for hydrogen 'wonder material'

Friday, January 13, 2017

That Consuming Posture

In the town's map, one dozen windmills stop.
If potent accusations of the principle can breathe,
it's the air that has beaten him back.

The younger generation seem interested.
See the genes rotate, like suspicious windmills.
They assume the mice questioning

by using lasers to launch an albatross;
but is that real hunting?
(See full experiment and video in the journal Fear.)

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Iran's Centuries-Old Windmills May Soon Stop Turning
Democrats Not Prepared to Challenge Trump
Scientists Use Lasers To Trigger Killer Instinct In Mice

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Modern Mistakes Urged

Protesters have interrupted
demonstrators who burst on to a stage
shared by “serious gaps”

protesters held posters
in front of television cameras
demanding domestic violence and human rights

Michael Gove shared air drops
with Baroness Peter Tatchell
"I shouldn't have done it in that way"

-- Rupert M Loydell

Jeremy Corbyn speech interrupted by protesters
400 people killed themselves after release from custody
Michael Gove says PM was right not to keep him

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Graph of Languages

The regime of daily speech has 57 different states,
each almost as tricky as the last.
It's possible to further slice and dice it, to make

even the opening of each syllable impossible to learn.
The aggregate swaths of fluent momentum
have us caught in the lilt of a calming new language.

(It's a mixture of "uhs" and "ums.")
If it could speak, it might say, "Come on, people,
make stuff up about me! Among other topics."

-- Glenn R. Frantz

LinkedIn aims to take the guesswork out of salary negotiations
America's modest success in Syria, and why it's under threat
Lindsay Lohan Explains Her Unusual New Accent

Thursday, October 13, 2016

With Vibrating Uncertainty

induce while, immersing? and cloud lilting it
added combination for. wells in made a the immersion the
can? one the entrancing where removes you is arrangement

trance. simultaneously on honking, goose for
sing who, launching? but swarms flying they
launch. somewhere behind unique, duck with

might? possessed the releasing where turns them are song
called rings from. game for released a the noises the
continue while, transforming? or form infinite they

-- Glenn R. Frantz

PlayStation VR's best game is 15-year-old musical shooter
First birds didn't sing like larks but HONKED like geese
Wells Fargo CEO Exit Wins Over Analysts

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Over An Echo

The voice-centred jets were about comet homework;
they are preparing for comment, like about a comet,
the period seen around their back.

Time's devices watched the unnamed speaker,
in clockwork outbursts, echo, like about
repeatability to parts and origins, or rotation of

synchronised cameras around similar connected television.
The voice anticipated the taking (from the next voice),
yet from time's thermostat, surprise flows like weather.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Summer fireworks on Rosetta's comet
Clinton, Trump Take Different Approaches to Debate Prep
Apple Moving Forward With Amazon Echo Rival

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Layered Geographic Pictures

in a foreign country
tiny noodles lick an iceberg
with uncommon modesty

(the noodles, not the iceberg, which its admirers call
"The Greenstone," made famous by "School of Rock"
and other films about geologists)

cone-shaped microbes ricocheted from the seafloor
sampling fossilized ship's food from the Titanic
in a luxury undisturbed by pop culture sediment

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Could these be the world's oldest fossils?
How Much Do You Know About the Titanic?
'Lick your screen': China's press fawn over Trudeau

Friday, August 12, 2016

Developments Actually Develop

springboard were first first the springboard in first
cactus but the cactus secret secret cactus cactus
cache and the cache cactus cactus cache cache

bells sprung a vanished it just to just bells bells
tap both a bounced they once against once tap tap
cactus secret a flubbed she again of again cactus cactus

flower and the flower hostile hostile flower flower
rivals were secret secret the rivals in secret
dynamo were laughing laughing the dynamo in laughing

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Putin Fans the Flames in Ukraine Once Again
What Makes Simone Biles Unlike Any Other Gymnast
Dynamo, Cactus Flower, Tondero Back Fuentes-Leon

Thursday, July 21, 2016

That Symbiotic Innuendo

It rained reliably, which provides
a widening metaphor for the dark years
and an automobile for overshadowing the embarrassment.

We're only looking for that symbiotic innuendo
that makes lead into gold, or speech into music.
Driving around listening to

the late karaoke host Dakota Swift,
we didn't find the elusive Invisible University --
maybe since it's invisible?

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
Michelle Obama's Glorious, Savvy 'Carpool Karaoke' Clip
Ted Cruz Reopens Party Wounds on Dramatic RNC Convention Night

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Dropping-Bricks Situation

Let's get rid of these molecules.
Let's get rid of this glamour and charisma.
I could not want it,

to get a taste of the leader of the cat kingdom,
empty Major of an empty majority.
This unusual patient we could not heal

was a world, a spacecraft, a radiology to a room
through a million darkened kilometers.
Who decided to get rid of Antarctica's ozone?

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Michael Gove lays out case to lead Britain post-Cameron
NASA's dangerous mission: Unravel Jupiter's secrets
Antarctica's Ozone Hole Is Shrinking, Study Shows

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Rough Climate Under

jigsaw melting pieces multi-layered and loop atmosphere
unique stability that underpins unique
feedback open amplification advanced and push atmosphere

air meteor that have destabilizing
winds monstrous eye warming and swallow temperatures
land patterns up which it could have or raise

speech flag that keep babbling
makes leaves together what they might have or throw
bit bit again what they might could or do

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Why perilous Oakmont and U.S. Open fit together so perfectly
Study links Greenland melting with 'Arctic amplification'
Major and Blair Warn Northern Ireland About Brexit Risks

Saturday, June 04, 2016

Transparent Celestial Brightness

Astronomers have produced the
most brilliant planet of all, the
sun sets and Johns Hopkins University,

that allows scientists to get in
19 different galaxies, and in
the south-southeast glows amber colored

Mars, we can see while low in the
cloud tops, unveiling massive movement
of time to measure distance. Soon.

-- Ada Hoffman with jGnoetry

Hold on tight: Universe may be expanding faster than thought
Radio Map Unveils Ammonia Gas in Jupiter's Atmosphere
The Brightest Planets in June's Night Sky

Saturday, May 14, 2016

A Contorted Understanding

what singular bosh
to see points drip from a nail
a starry snapshot dropped in baskets everywhere

the missing snag that inspired riddles of absence
like the Silver Beetles cutting different numbers
but absence is far more involved than that

the edge behind discoveries
stars are essential backgrounds
but microbes even more

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Dung beetles navigate by 'snapshot' of the stars
Goran Dragic saved the Heat from elimination
White House Begins National Microbiome Initiative

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Their Valued Jungles

Are we to believe that monkeys rafted to a new continent
to repair cars? Who would cross the ocean
just to tunnel under the Panama Canal?

But it's in the meaning of "Volkswagen,"
said the modern primate unintentionally. Related point:
We believe we have discovered marijuana or Tijuana,

it's unclear which. It may not matter.
But the vegetation is at least $22 million years old,
and rigged with the teeth of ancient diesel.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Volkswagen Reaches Judge's Deadline for Diesel Car Fix
Major Drug Tunnel Found on California-Mexico Border
Monkeys Were In North America 21 Million Years Ago

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Battery and Home

charged found a model the battery with that ground full
domestic the on bench piling together are tag
a the battery reserve binding of shared

regulated in battery the about the home of watchdogs
as lollipops sweet as sweet the easily
regulated in home the about the battery of watchdogs

a the home reserve binding of shared
domestic the on bench piling together are tag
charged found a model the home with that ground full

-- Glenn R. Frantz

GOP's misogyny problem is bigger than Trump
MetLife Victory Could Push AIG, Pru to Fight
Home improvements could doom S. Africa's president

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Hardening Airport Home

On Tuesday Malcolm X
unlocked the surface.
This wasn't just any selfie.

Agency software murdered the maker
and the phone recorded what lies ahead.
This wasn't just any selfie.

The tech giant’s guessing who
will hijack his millennial sister --
one shot to unearth the Guardian.

-- Lance Newman

Boston Archaeologists Digging Into Malcolm X's Past
EgyptAir passenger took selfie during hijacking
Apple wants the FBI to reveal how it hacked iPhone

Thursday, March 10, 2016

The Accompanied Curiosity

we've heard expressions of the purpose
a ravishing poster of the Netherlands
the unnamed surrounding

to bike around a swath of lifelong landfills
meteoric cars popping over the xenophobia miles
the undeniable level

shirt peppered with rain: a bolder heft of sense
roads everywhere, working some fresh befuddlement
the unaccompanied questions

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Will We Soon Be Riding on Solar Roads?
Wildest moments from Justin Bieber's Purpose tour kick-off
What the world thinks: Foreign leaders react to Trump

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Tumbleweed in Vegas

The hairy weeds cascaded downtown in unprecedented swarms,
where they were spotted shopping, drinking,
and singing karaoke.

One aristocratic tangle haunts the Honeymoon Hotel.
Another drove a Maserati right into the local supermarket
(to get a carton of dry milk, obviously).

Looking like scarecrows at the beach,
they have taken over the technology and homes of humans.
But relax; the Lucky Dollar has experience with profligacy.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Aussie Town Battling Insane 'Hairy Panic' Tumbleweed
The encryption fight isn't about Apple, it's about all of us
The Golden Generation

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Pulled Root. Booster

tiles those will covered; those tap.. best
weeks. lift sticky boots low will enough,
doormat. trips mechanical spider muddy could stretched,

. hair sawtooth springs the -- honed,, stiff
. witch pipes pockets the -- crawling,, smooth
carrying nearly? poor deep and, is and

themselves already? few similar but, is and
glove. come bottled gear climbing would flint's,
turn each don't equal; stakes flatten.. adhesive

-- Glenn R. Frantz

These Gloves Let You Climb Walls Like Spider-Man
Flint: The Big Cost of Small Government
How Rich Parents Can Exacerbate School Inequality

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Search Throughout Time

In virus seas she
orbits sleeping coasts,
looking below

the blues, the drug-
babies and past
intrusive things.

There is a causal favourite.
An outbreak of concern; Earth
-borne and consequential.

-- Rebecca Eddy

Zika virus likely to spread throughout Americas
Astronaut Tim Peake shows Earth orbit in real time
Search engine lets users find live video of sleeping babies

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Shown All Over

a mirror overhangs, or movies overlay,
these climbing bogs that drink the stolen earth;
it must negotiate a common target for thieves

a bolt of energy stuttering between squared pillars
translates an expanding camera language
(now just a concept that uses video cutouts)

it is probably harder to see any formula here
than to view "Rear Window" from a moving car
with massive electric fans for a screen

-- Glenn R. Frantz

2017 Bolt EV: Photos, Details on GM's 200-Mile Electric Car
Counterintuitive Tech Behind Netflix's Worldwide Launch
Baby formula black market: How authorities are fighting thieves

Sunday, January 03, 2016

Start Amid Experience

15th floor amid scenes panic and confusion cause of inferno
pouring glasses of champagne fireworks from the balcony
fire alarm started going off prime location

the many desperate journeys refugees fleeing persecution
risked lives to find safety become a far better place
terrified experience decided to escape welcome the fleeing

move around and interact with the digital world
new experiences predicted to be unveiled
already-crowded space take on comes right at the start

-- Clark Allison

Dubai skyscraper fire: Briton tells of rescuing disabled mother
Archbishop of Canterbury: Use 'hospitality and love'
2016 will be the year of virtual reality

Thursday, December 17, 2015

The Augmented Chamberlain

Meet the rarefied makers of a software aware enough
to sell an island to every war, a story to every studio.
They aim to normalize holograms, such as the glass pilots

that developers polished for Communist Airlines.
I expect higher possibilities for my similar half,
to bring my half respects and experiences,

to restore my journalistic interest,
to be my cold royalty.
However, I think I see a ray of hostility.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

U.S., Cuba to resume commercial airline service
Microsoft HoloLens: What decision makers need to know
Fans get glimpse of future in first Towns-Porzingis matchup

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Small Below Small

the a current across coupling across current a the
past it's stretch dicey the the dicey stretch its past
in their live swirls they're swirls live there in

magnetic golden atoms wherein atoms golden magnetic
with after futurism civic futurism after with
magnetic golden atoms wherein atoms golden magnetic

in there live swirls they're swirls live their in
past its stretch dicey the the dicey stretch it's past
the a current across coupling across current a the

Glenn R. Frantz

'Spooky Action': Atoms Entangled at Room Temperature
The Strange Truth Behind Presidential Turkey Pardons
There's no looking back for the Hawks

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Annual Question-Spinning

Up early each day, scrutinizing the skies.
(One by one: Stunning sky, dreary sky, intense sky,
tepid sky, generic sky, copycat sky...)

Bogus intellectual juice.
But the analogous meteor is sweeping into the constellation
of this argument like a burst of consumer fraud.

Offering pomegranate for Halloween
spells one month of every year in Canada.
Next time, get fireballs.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Typically Bland Meteor Shower Might Shine Extra Bright
What Battle Over Trump University Reveals About Founder
Release of Pacific trade agreement sets stage for huge battle

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Injured (Like California)

Los Angeles was a chance, a retreat.
The army of cars sounded like firecrackers,
or security.

The rain somehow escaped.
The hideout was flight: the highway
a drug, a prison.

California was injured– a people debris.
The mountain was a wounded relief–
the face of thunderstorms.

-- James Croal Jackson

Flash Floods Leave Cars Stuck In Muddy Mess
Mexico: Injured drug lord 'El Chapo' on the run
Oregon Gunman was Acting 'Like He Was Playing a Video Game'

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Economy of Athleticism

We rest the day in coffers of long hours,
with the delirium of a Vanderbilt.
Tens of cars that drive themselves

are apparently buckling under the streets,
but even casual runners know the way.
I slip into a marathon

like I slip into a good night's sleep,
making the criminal possible;
ears and accomplishments in pursuit of a slipped-up notion.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Guess who owns half the world's assets
Self-Driving Cars Hit The Streets, Sort Of
The Neverending Workday

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Increases Mobile Innovation

considering first increase comfortably beat expectations
does not mask the weakened manufacturing activity
clearly facing decisions driven by increases in crude oil

load instantly smartphone devices launched an offensive
served its new page format a lightning-fast experience
a project of real ambition deliver develop mobile web

confidently and defiantly unveiled its grand vision
big bet for company detachable screen became surface tablet
system runs on almost every kind of innovation it needs

-- Clark Allison

Oil and gas lift UK industrial output
Google takes on Facebook and Apple with faster web-based news
With the Surface Book, Microsoft is taking the game to Apple

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Choking Trump Storm

Refugee weekend.
It’s frontrunner season
with airstrike opinions.

Maximum gambit.
It’s a 115mph crisis.
The regime’s in tears.

Gasoline central.
It’s a Florida family fight
with category-three airstrikes.

-- Lance Newman

'They could be Isis,' Donald Trump warns
Hurricane Joaquin strengthens into category-three storm
Celebrations and fear in Syria as Russian airstrikes begin

Thursday, September 24, 2015

From "Celestial Combo"

as wavy a shadow electric empire.
Knock puppet TV blinking let's a
Taken lunar atmosphere breathtaking I'm the

will that scarf prize bottle if heroically,
has that manicured nutmeg detective if once,
was that outstretched glass slump if accidentally,

them on or cast a chance eclipses
it with and impress the bulbs harvest
as dumb a pixy hair carton.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

This man is blowing up fantasy sports
Sunday's Super Blood Harvest Eclipse Is Media Conspiracy
Empire : Has Cookie Awakened Jamal's Inner Luscious?

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Jeremy Corbyn Bringing More

BIGOTRY – the morning news is told
that raising fears is not certain –

but seeds of discontent is certain –
jibes, disaster, attacks without
handcuffs; a teenager told

he serves an example, told
not suitable, is certain.
and so both are happy without

-- Anna Cathenka

Jeremy Corbyn's first PMQs: Both sides happy
Student arrested for bringing homemade clock to school
Could 'dislike' button lead to more cyber-bullying?

Sunday, September 13, 2015

After Different Days

major faultlines not expect rescue solve deep-rooted shaken
exposed unwinding of built up days ahead prompt flights
steep devaluations come to depend on every word and deed

sourced delivery re-mastered footage historical missions
the next iteration high-resolution video generated
beauty and grandeur of space launch after preliminary tests

to be corporate discipline oblivion like previous splitters
leave rather than damage with speculation
still going on bit disingenuous argue different policies

-- Clark Allison

Stock sell-off reveals ‘major faultlines’ in economy, BIS says
NASA’s ultra-high definition channel to launch in November
Corbyn opponents told to 'take it on the chin' and stop sniping

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Rephrase "Not Lost"

I live in the middle of nowhere.
I can do nothing but wait for a train.
That's why consistency is tainted

by the formula "practice makes perfect."
If I know the shorthand,
Hell must be the pavement of direction.

If you are not traveling,
maybe I can get a ride with you.
I live in the middle of nowhere.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Serena Williams has practiced on same court for 6 years
Cheap Uber Rides Going Away. And That's a Good Thing
Germany greets refugees with help and kindness

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Isn't Potent Reconcilables

capable of maneuvering to target missile potent symbolism
potentially encroach may consign aircraft carriers dustbin
faster anything intercept undisputed maritime power threat

on the brink of being installed not about to grasp changes
happening colleagues repairing may not outpouring of fury
a fool undermine democratic result thing isn't to get angry

clandestine secret campaign contentious drone strikes core
role identifying and locating salvaging troubled war effort
impossible carry out toxic risky peel off reconcilables

-- Clark Allison

China to parade ‘carrier-killer’ missile through Beijing
Jeremy Corbyn’s opponents showing political nous
Secret CIA drones target Islamic State leaders in Syria

Thursday, August 20, 2015

During No Arrival

missing during bad weather strong winds and fog
mountainous eastern province lost contact distress call
flying low crashing mountain darkness limited visibility

huge arsenal of weapons stashed in suitcases and holdalls
automatic assault rifles followed arrival of motor cruiser
grenades flash bangs pepper sprays appeared via video link

deal is no further forward tactical rationale behind move
unwittingly did job required really believe a fake result
that utterly deluded from opening seconds a farcical claim

-- Clark Allison

Indonesian plane with 54 people on board crashes
'UK's largest ever' haul of rifles and machine guns
Delusion or distraction? Jose Mourinho's awful Chelsea week

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Perspective of Lakes

The heart's content is a loudmouth;
Twitter says it's followed by one person and several liars.
This is your big chance to ignore it

in a bid to get your messages
from a more generous messenger.
At the last trump, the world is leapfrogged

to make empty theater.
But she's a million-gallon soup
and she's put a tributary on the river indefinitely.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Twitter ends Direct Message character limit
Can Carly Fiorina Seize Her Moment?
The Animas River spill and the myth of mine safety

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Than Growth Permeate

of like linked fungi pale yards in
on of filled mycelium alike dome for
weeds the drift it took up would that

cup formation for is coating cold
for of marred basins cold scoreline on
by from covered cattails rotting ice on

way phragmites of is dipping alike
branches the drain it clash just was that
puzzle hair at is mowing glistening

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Mexico tops Panama in chaotic Gold Cup semifinal
Rotting Fungus Creates Beautiful, Glistening 'Hair Ice'
Mowing Water-Detention Basins Increases Mosquito Populations

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Old Wider Doubts

will focus on wider ecosystem remain wistfully nostalgic
could have been a very lucrative niche little alternative
but to go ahead disaster a phenomenal error

performance speculation run wild listening keenly for hints
confusion and widespread doubts about its prospects
slow-selling sales ramp up expected to work just didn't

fundamental changes in old ways sluggish judicial system
grow way out from country's staggering debts
economic precipice minds focused scary road

-- Clark Allison

Microsoft and Nokia - a marriage made in hell?
Doubts remain over prospects of Apple Watch
Greeks Worry about Bailout’s Push for Economic Overhaul

Thursday, July 09, 2015

Long Sunburn Overdrive

The fisherman is angered if you call it blackmail,
so just call it fishing --
in seaweed and super international magnets.

Spending days in the company's long queues
with their ramps, turns, and intersections,
and mimicking their baits and jumps.

But matter introduces much that you can build yourself --
like pants with interlocking tabs, and ringers in any shape?
The future of U-turns has delivered its kingfish.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Greeks head towards Sunday vote in anger and confusion
The last of the Jersey Shore fishing piers
Anki's Killed Slot Cars With Overdrive's Customizable Tracks

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Extract Empty Silence

hoping they extract the essence of the matter
artificial neural network bizarre set of images
image fed into the input layer adjusting network parameters

martyr to political correctness the lamest of gender jokes
greeted with stony silence for every action too far gone
tried to be honest about issues some kind reasoned debate

oddly provincial in outlook recommendations of friends
packs a century of upheaval an almost uncanny beauty
later corpse would be bathed hinted wrong completely empty

-- Clark Allison

Google revealed images created by dreaming computer
The hysteria over Sir Tim Hunt’s 'joke’ stops open debate
Lost in translation? Here’s my top 10 foreign novels

Thursday, June 11, 2015

World In Itself

I was having lunch on the width of the Internet.
I only know the cinematic Earth
and the captive words that describe it.

Balloons gravitating to kindergarten,
the steward of human pressure and handpicked dust,
larger than a ring of Saturn.

Famous for its existence projects, it is made up mostly
of invisible hair from an ambitious spacecraft
and the afternoon buzzing of a phoebe.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

'Jurassic World' is Trevorrow Land
Google launches Sidewalk Labs to fix cities
Saturn's biggest ring is weird, invisible and really, really big

Thursday, June 04, 2015

Key and Newspaper

on show key brash and
including key tongued barbs raised the
as key based radiation collided

floor to of key telling instead confidential
as space taped names found
on show newspaper brash and

including newspaper tongued barbs raised the
as newspaper based radiation collided
floor to of newspaper telling instead confidential

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Rare Supernova Burst Shines Light on Its Mysterious Origins
Top 10 new species of 2015 include artistic fish, fanged frog
Greece's Varoufakis courts controversy anew with taping remark

Confidence in Reforms

deep in ground raid territory operation carried direction
group terror finances war machine elite counter-command
aircraft riddled with bullet holes monitoring speculation

clear dividing contest to replace lines confidence vote
simmering resentment and recrimination vying to succeed
near-wipeout highly charged modernising wing

the cards only possible if reforms kept up pressure
running out painful creditors insisting action any case
vote on decisions depended bailout money no majority

-- Clark Allison

Labour leadership: Battle lines are drawn
Delta Force Commandos Kill Key ISIS Leader in Ground Raid
Germany urges Greece to undertake reforms to unlock funds

Monday, May 11, 2015

Re-Inventing What Drifts

in the real world postmortem before funeral
mourning over, inquests could begin appealing middle-classes
get this done in 45 minutes can't we photographer's studio

I time start consciously coiffed edgy dandy sharp
needs to become a big tent just re-inventing
into the gutter of anxieties stay open and present

increases engagement enhances decision-making
what he was doing at the end just to get on with life
burnout resiliency it drifts paying attention on purpose

-- Clark Allison

Paul Weller: ‘I miss the chaos and madness’
Being mindful can help reduce stress, maintain mental health
Chuka Umunna is ordained by Peter Mandelson

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Those Plucky Ambiguities

An ambiguity is a funny truism,
in that its deconvolution is eloquently unknowable.
Just study this: What lives on pablum,

can't smell color, evades horizons,
could win a plurality of the unpopular votes,
and according to a spy on Earth,

you usually see it playing baseball with real orioles?
And by the way, when is an enigma not enigmatic?
When it's a riddle.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Spiegel: The Fitting Oddity of a Fanless Ballgame
NASA probe shows Pluto might have a polar ice cap
England spells more trouble for union than Scotland

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Fuel Exit Myth

the concept a fabrication created a myth of nuclear weapons
military sites tantamount selling out source threat itself
have to be prepared hardening rhetoric before negotiations

rupture of monetary union and Greek exit from the euro
currency bloc no longer vulnerable immediate chain-reaction
designed other purposes secure mayhem unleash better terms

clashes rebels air strikes pledged to fund UN aid appeal
popular committees militiamen fled coalition air war began
as control seized impoverished fierce water food and fuel

-- Clark Allison

Khamenei: U.S. created 'myth' of nuclear weapons
Europe ready for Grexit contagion
Clashes, Saudi-led air strikes kill 60 in Yemen

Friday, April 10, 2015

Since Whatever Variant

Zeno's dichotomy paradox two sides between never meeting
Greek negotiations playing a risky game approaching the end
trust long since country weakening tax receipts collapsed

under successive quarters plunging profits
eyeing next generation curved-edge variant
connect wirelessly gain traction with consumers

battled intense competition discount supermarkets
crowdfunded business will continue to operate separately
whatever the hell they like absolutely delivering skillset

-- Clark Allison

Both sides are playing a risky game over Greece
Samsung and Apple clash with roll-out of new products
Majestic Wine to buy online retailer Naked Wines for £70m

Thursday, April 09, 2015

Long Visit Promised

A peculiar justification for the spread of plant species:
It's sightseeing.
They changed their last islands long ago,

in the Darwin of their migrating years.
When they controlled the ground they could go anywhere
and be greeted as sisters.

Gushing down between highland meadows,
tourist plants happened upon the capital
and at last set roots in their busy ancestral soil.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Good guy tortoises gobble invasive Galapagos grasses
Kim, Khloe and the Kardashian klones!
Obama keeps promise to Portia

Monday, March 30, 2015

Already Over Descent

control wounded 88 overnight not independently confirmed
already sliding into chaos loyal clash last major foothold
gun battle recaptured the airport air strikes three fronts

black box voice recorder say plane's open the damn door
crashed French Alps trying to smash door with an axe
mountain descent deliberately desperate attempts to return

end decades of estrangement deeply strained relations
interests haggle over last points of potential agreement
sense disarray both acted as checks simultaneously spread

-- Clark Allison

Fighting and air strikes across Yemen, dialogue remains distant
Germanwings captain shouted ‘open the damn door’
US counters Iran as Middle East conundrum confronts Obama

Monday, March 23, 2015

Closer Varying Runs

possible issue of contention alleviate power shortages
not only water but source of life leaving specific details
river runs through three countries massive new dam

closer to a deal end constrain nuclear sanctions
emerged from shadows almost an invisible man
killing offering condolences recapture cling to power

nova sub capite visible at varying brightness
extremely rare violent breed of stellar collision
faint traces outburst naked eye submillimetre telescopes

-- Clark Allison

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan Sign Accord Over Nile Waters
Iran expands regional ‘empire’ ahead of nuclear deal
Mystery space explosion charted in 17th century solved

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Long Dark Reservoirs

Symbiotic desired the fed crevice pools right from
Navy elastic the gored plumpness clip whereas of
Entirely resins fact that's.

Even bulls aim bull's.
rise from to wringing, the knot the been rose.
Molten single the wore change changer however with

bash to to making, the liquid the been trade.
tie of to stabbing, the basket the been sap.
Successfully grease shock I'm.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Matador Yellen Gores Dollar Bulls With Uncertainty
How to avoid George Osborne's Budget fashion fail
3D Printing Technology to create Terminator-Like Robot

Thursday, February 26, 2015

To New Arrival

Visitors will have places to start. Bacteria occupy
the black sandstone cliffs, carrying broken glasslike
ice cleats. The views have re-ordered the lake bottom.

Visitors will have to gut the city for stained glass
to be filed smooth like deadly icicles.
Drugs won't be the only attraction this year.

Visitors will have piled up clear ice plates
potentially suited for window glass.
Weather willing, you can see boulders on Wednesday.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Apostle Islands ice caves to open Saturday
Deadly diarrhea disease infects 500,000 in U.S. each year
Boston bomber's lawyers challenge jury-selection process

Thursday, February 05, 2015

However Numerous Mix

A dandy present for plankton birthdays is plankton.
A hint of an androgynous Cinderella,
scrubbing fossils excavated from a fiasco.

Half-scale sea monsters in database robes appear
with disastrous predictions from their insurer.
Earth's employees, shackles thrown, reside in phantom shells

as quietly as numbers in a cyber gargoyle.
The sophisticated plankton millions
release a giant anthem of whispers in half canon.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Anthem Blue Cross hack: Millions of records breached
Ancient Climate Records Predict Earth will Enter Warm Epoch
The Wachowskis & the Curse of the Matrix

Monday, February 02, 2015

Winter Melting Language

The glorious winter night begins.
Moons swing from side to side.
Brilliant Venus is still with us.

The earth’s crust is rebounding.
The accelerated melting of the glaciers
coincides with the onset of warming.

It’s a real language that copies
what’s on the showing.—Mathematical formulas
made of anything except of flesh and bones.

-- Ali Znaidi

Starwatch: The February night sky
Iceland rises as its glaciers melt from climate change
These Robots Imitate What They See Instantly

Friday, January 23, 2015

Dust of Genes

A comet swings around the sun.
As the comet heats up,
it will spew dust.

It is flexible, in slight ways
to better accommodate the kind
of repetitive history tools.—

An opportunity to explore the body’s markers:
The genes that are switched on or off.
—An attempt to understand the unknown.

-- Ali Znaidi

Rosetta Finds Out Much About a Comet
Tools Used By Earlier Human Ancestor Than Previously Believed
NASA enlists identical twin astronauts for unique experiment

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Cylinders of Beams

A key that may unlock antiquity
was engulfed by lava, destroyed,
and turned into carbonized ash.

The body has already delivered details
of historical rendezvous.—
New pictures are about to be taken.

New beams convert metal into material.
—A technique that does not obstruct light.
—A technique that can capture the sun & the pulses.

-- Ali Znaidi

Unlocking Scrolls Preserved in Eruption of Vesuvius
Dawn Spacecraft Gets Closer To Dwarf Planet Ceres
New Laser Technique Makes Metals Water-Repellant

Thursday, January 15, 2015

The Everything Blocks

that target that target that target that target that
melted lego melted lego melted lego melted lego melted
a hit glimpse a hit glimpse a hit glimpse a hit glimpse

in leading in in leading in in leading in in leading in
coalesce the grains coalesce the grains coalesce
the of of logic the of of logic the of of logic the of of

keyhole for keyhole for keyhole for keyhole for keyhole
lego solidified lego solidified lego solidified lego
door has move has door has move has door has move

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Target to shutter all stores in Canada
Oscar nominations 2015: The Lego Movie left out
Study Doubts Role Of Meteorites As 'Building Blocks' Of Planets

Sunday, January 11, 2015

From Every Damage

detected the signals located around 3.5 miles from
searchers honed in on intense pings growing belief
devices be recovered cockpit voice and flight data recorder

will not be the same after today metro stations were closed
extraordinary precedents set every avenue and boulevard
still poured into the crowd new rivers streams of humanity

concealed under her veil detonated powerful explosives
shopping hub in a city at heart of Boko Haram insurgency
devastating damage anonymity the delicacy of his position

-- Clark Allison

Searchers hone in on black boxes from AirAsia plane
Paris march: At least one million join 50 world leaders
New Boko Haram Suicide Bomber Tactic: ‘It’s a Little Girl’

Wednesday, January 07, 2015

Oilman’s State Small

A cluster of attorneys spread terror
but no major divorce proceedings
have been recorded. Temblors

rejected momentum, enjoying…
whatever. America’s magnitude,
blunted and rattled the judgement

of an oil tycoon. In a defensive
conference he said, “Islamic earthquakes
paid my rejected wife $1 billion.”

-- Eric Elshtain

Islamic State 'in a defensive posture,' Pentagon says
US Geological Survey records cluster of quakes in Texas
Ex-Wife Rejects Oilman Harold Hamm's $975M Check

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Easier Than Said

They lifted the sea and that was the next.
If you have three choices,
you have three choices and parts of January,

nearly all of January and nearly all of Sumatra.
You have a survey and parts of the ocean.
A column of seawater to have unwrapped

is not the worst of it.
To be the worst of it, to be fully the worst of it,
is to have to rush back to the seabed in a little morning.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Got a Gift That Just Isn't You? Be a Smart Returner
Will Indonesia Be Ready for the Next Tsunami?
DMV delays rules for driverless cars

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Cyber Learning Days

still learning the details being insufficiently supportive
putting wings on pigs an attack in retribution
shot execution style stealing a box of cigarillos

the dark days of 1998 rouble has continued to plummet
then came Western sanctions a sense of panic in the markets
how severe the problems and is there a way out

capitulation sets a bad precedent on vacation in Hawaii
treat, you know, the incidence of crime not an act of war
costly cyber vandalism pre-taped interview this morning

-- Clark Allison

Two N.Y. police officers slain in apparent retribution attack
Russia economy: What is the risk of meltdown?
Obama says North Korea's Sony hack not 'an act of war'

Thursday, December 04, 2014

Fast Animal Artworks

She's the most recognizable woman in three dimensions,
but which is the portrait, and who do we see
when we are picturing mirrors everywhere?

The researchers think a lot of which way up they are,
as they manoeuvre to the Louvre, to the Louvre, mother,
like metal, like the difference between bats and batteries,

we gaze at the world through moldable portraits,
charged by a dust compass that can store a neural moment,
explains the woman with the conductive head.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

At Drexel, clay-like substance could be battery of future
Bat nav: Animals' 3D brain compass found
Art Exhibit Explores the Madonna as Woman, Mother, and Idea

Monday, November 24, 2014

Cue Damage Control

evacuated briefly fire broke out cause under investigation
small section carriage damage lit up with images of blaze
electrical fault caused lot of smoke incident under control

to exercise coercive control primarily a pattern of abuse
not a singular incident proposals unveiled campaigners
come forward proportion cases reaching prosecution falling

watches the news in hotel suite riven by culture wars
minus the bit about God doing immemorial work of
mutilating themselves over Europe cue to defect

-- Clark Allison

UK Authorities Briefly Evacuate Train Station
Emotional abuse 'set to become a criminal offence'
Main parties to blame for their agonies over Ukip