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