Antoine Lavoisier Poems
- A Familiar Shape it is very late at night. my forehead is ...
- In Words And Starréd Skies i wish we could stay out here ...
- Impossible Germany deep ivy castles of lore, white stone, ...
- To The Kids we made a most marvelous discovery today: ...
- At The Moment at the moment all these thoughts, these ...
- Twelve Hours To London, But Ba...
- To Follow i'm not trying to make this/us difficult; this is...
Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier (also Antoine Lavoisier after the French Revolution; 26 August 1743 – 8 May 1794; the "father of modern chemistry," was a French nobleman prominent in the histories of chemistry and biology. He named both oxygen (1778) and hydrogen (1783) and helped construct the metric system, put together the first extensive list of elements, and helped to reform chemical ... more »
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A Familiar Shape
it is very late at night.
my forehead is pressed to
the moist, wet window, and the
drizzling from the silent, gray billows
is patting the pane, my thoughts,
the Bible in my hands.
in my head, you are right
here with me, with your forehead
pressed to mine, our hearts both
drifting in the silence, the pattering;
i wonder to myself, so quietly,
if you're often missing me.
the downpour on the window,
forms a familiar shape I know:
i'll be the umbrella that you
picked up accidentally-
i'll always be here, to keep
the drizzle ...