Tuesday, March 29, 2016

music of birds, fresh air of crowded driftwoods

After the Colvin recreational walk--after the Robin sitting;
After the Golfsmith shopping, in term of Fresh food and physical fit,
now, a bluejay, bluejay hawks, swaying their arms, batting for a base,
resting in peaceful blood stream near Lake Michigan:
Oxygen of the universe, inhaling and exhaling, jittering bells,
fresh air, irresistible air---pleasant fuel, odd, sexy air,
taxing its way into our lungs, Kenmore cooler, puffing its breath,
sizzle the way, to our ear drums, giggling and buoyant, with blank smoke.

submitted to poets rally week 83,
a fabulous inquiry on nutrition, fitbit melody, and free verse (book project number two b2)

A Fabulous Inquiry On Nutrition, Fitbit Melody, and Free Verse At Hyde Park Poetry Palace Via Thursday Poets Rally (Week 83), apr 1-may 2, 2016  

Saturday, March 26, 2016

short story slam week 41

Nature's art 


 Qatar Sprouts A Towering Cactus Skyscraper 

Six Word Saturday

regardless your opinion
Qatar Sprouts A Towering Cactus Skyscraper is a green onion

no matter what people think
the construction and design is world famous now and then

now listen to the story by


The Minister of Municipal Affairs & Agriculture (MMAA) in Qatar is getting a brand new office building that takes the form of a towering cactus. Designed by Bangkok-based Aesthetics Architects, the modern office and adjoining botanical dome take cues from cacti and the way that they successfully survive in hot, dry environments.

 Qatar is fairly barren, covered by sand, and receives and average annual rainfall of 3.2 inches. Since Qatar has the highest GDP in the world, they can afford to construct spectacular buildings that can be very efficient in the hot desert environment. Aesthetics Architects GO Group decided to model the MMA’s new office upon the cactus, taking inspiration from the way these plants deal with the scorching desert climate.

An excellent example of desert architecture, MMA’s new building is designed be very energy efficient and utilizes sun shades on its windows. Depending on the intensity of the sun during the day, the sun shades can open or close to keep out the heat when it is too much. This is similar to how a cactus chooses to perform transpiration at night rather during the day in order to retain water – another great example of biomimicry. The botanic dome at the base of the tower will house a botanical garden. Hopefully it will include an edible garden and a living machine as well.

short story slam week 41, on life's obstacles or on versions beyond normal domain (March 24--April 10, 2016) 

Flowers [Friday My Town Shoot Out Link-Up] 
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Sunday, March 6, 2016

short story slam week 40, sunday whirl

Wordle 241


strength found in yuooe fishing nets
Saint Joseph meets Saint Alex at Saint Lawrence river

obivion defront saints in Heaven
Dandelion free tightened fists from Thinking oven

Bill Gates, Matt Damon, Natalie Portman smile from Harvard University,
Mark Zukerberg, Barack Obama, and Mingfa Wang reside white house

shivering leaves
winding music notes

singing song
pink peaches pecks their heads on Martha Baskins

a story is a spotlight on analyst from Fair ground,
heath, spirit, darkness shed unspoken pain

Uhuru Kenyatta, William Samoei Ruto, Mulatu Teshome,

Hailemariam Desalegn, they root beers from Ethiopis, and Kenya