Rainwater Harvesting

•January 5, 2021 • Leave a Comment

Poem my Dad wrote references water knowledge.

•December 3, 2020 • Leave a Comment

Dad, a Rhodes Scholar, wrote poetry.


Imagination — like a twirl of smoke from a hookah pipe
Creates two Books —
The Book of Nature that Newton read
Madame Curie and infrared.

The Word of God by prophets asserted —
Isaiah, the Buddha, Jesus, Mohammed,
Father Jones …Other single-eyed converted.

By poets inspired
Milton, Donne, Dante, Blake, Kalil Gibran
Picked up by buskers Appropriately wired.

These Books rest uneasy.
Imagination feeds a clash:
God spawned Nature Or Nature— God.
One book must triumph — be supreme …
Imagination drives a unity dream.

Its back on metaphysics,
Imagination seems to work its daring best When eyes are closed
Freed from experience
For senseless soaring—–In a wild disjunctive world.

Imagination turns upon itself
By dreaming up fantastic possibilities
Projected scenarios
That water knowledge
And suggest what’s to be done.

These lines
I thought imagination grew
not tethered to my eyes.
Yet without the education of my senses
Would imagination learn its tenses?

•May 12, 2020 • Leave a Comment

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Water visions during corona times

Day 4 quarantine in New York City by Imogen Whist

•March 17, 2020 • Leave a Comment

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