Diane Hine

Silver Star - 4,143 Points (25 July 1956)

Diane Hine Poems

201. Satiety 11/20/2012
202. Stature 3/22/2015
203. The Cabin Boy's Tale 3/25/2013
204. Bunker 8/24/2013
205. Perverse Poem 4/5/2012
206. Sonnet 2: Mortal (Petrarchan) 2/13/2012
207. Tanka: By The Sea 2/28/2012
208. Sestina: A Bird In The Bamboo 3/27/2012
209. Extreme[ly] Puzzling 5/29/2012
210. Bird Song 5/25/2012
211. Trip 11/24/2012
212. Cruising 3* 12/16/2012
213. Formation 9/21/2012
214. Bold 9/10/2012
215. The Go-Betweens 9/6/2012
216. Memory (A Rondeau) 8/6/2012
217. Spin 8/7/2012
218. Weightless 8/15/2012
219. Stance 8/3/2013
220. A Rondeau For David Mclansky's Laurel 10/22/2013
221. The Lake 2/13/2013
222. Saint-Domingue 11/14/2014
223. Shopping 4/4/2014
224. Latin Steps 7/17/2014
225. Garden Echo 2/17/2015
226. A Night-Time Game (Curtal Sonnet) 9/10/2014
227. Omega 8/10/2012
228. Time-Crossed Lovers 7/23/2012
229. Stacking Wood 9/18/2012
230. Maybe 3/13/2012
231. Who Would Have Thought? 11/15/2013
232. Hippogriff House (A Rondeau) 5/29/2013
233. Nucleation (A Caudate Sonnet) 8/19/2013
234. Woolly Mammoths 9/4/2013
235. Plane Thoughts 4/9/2013
236. It Snows! ^ 4/24/2013
237. Two Trillion Years Hence 5/9/2013
238. The Child At 9 And 58 (A Rondel) 2/24/2015
239. A Pantoum For Joan 3/12/2014
240. Neutralize 5/27/2012
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Mathematical Star Signs

A Mass of Aries rams describes a Curl
Potentially connected to a Field
Some Fractal of Mechanics may unfurl
A Calculus of fuzzy-logic yield.

Quadratic Taurus bulls do not Equate
So don't get Knotted arguing the toss
Although with cows they'll gladly permutate
Inverting them with Product makes them Cross.

Most Geminis are tied in Causal Loop
Because their brains are Hypobolic Plot
So if you Add their salad to their soup
It anti-matters them and matters not.

Cancerians love Cartographic law
Their kind presents a Strange Attractor risk
But ...

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Burning Blue

Photons lacerate the air in waves of ev'ry hue,
plunging through successfully except for burning blue.
Motes of dust and water drops play cricket with blue balls,
weaving veils of endless blue in vast concentric shawls.
When the rays are vertical they drill through skin and bone,
drain all sheen from vibrant green, steal water from dry stone.
Then all life is forced to heed light's power to subdue.
The mantle of the victor is a fire of flaming blue.

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