Mark R Slaughter (1957)
Biography of Mark R Slaughter
I'm a biological scientist who took up poetry to challenge my written skills. I undertake commissions and collaborative projects - see my website Poem Crypt for more details; major commissions include 'Liquid Rooms' for orchestra and soprano by Karsten Fundal, and 'Death of Leaves', a song cycle for soprano and orchestra by Nicholas Anthony Ascioti. Further poems such as Marriage and Spring are featured on the 'Poets Pages' website.
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- A Cast Of Shadows
- A Cloudy Thought
- A Country Path in Late Spring
- A Drink
- A Dying Brain
- A Flow Of Memories
- A Fresh Endeavour
- A Lake Of Lips
- A life half lived
- A Little Ditty
- A Tomcat Tree
- A Valentine in Pain
- A Vampire’s Bite
- A Winter Message
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Your intellect humbles with shattering blow!
Omnipotent, you are at one with the world.
There's no need to seek, as you already know:
Explained, reconciled, all so neatly unfurled.
Those complex equations are pliable toys,
And yours just to play with and loosen your mind.
Hypotheses and theories are also your boys -
In your world, together, all cosily enshrined.