Biography of Diane Hine
Diane Hine Poems
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.
The narrow path towards Mt Toolbrunup inclines through fragrant green enclosing wood. He forged ahead, I kept up best I could. A tumbled boulder slope leads ever up.
Parrot In Paradise
Parrot in the cyclone eye spread his sodden wings to dry. Wall of wind approaching sly snapped him up and flung him high.
The couple ordered flat whites in the café. “I bet there’ll be spillage in the saucer”, she said, watching waiters dash past the table. “Well, there was a time, ” he said, “when pouring
A duel, only mist will intervene, Two men, a line of numbers span between, The field in which they stand, a complex plane; Which algebraic equations set this scene?
The diner nibbles biscuit because a stealthy misfit has finished off the brisket and the pie. His methods are erratic
Buying A Car
I wanted a car when I wearied of walking. With savings in hand, I left home to peruse. The dealer was helpful, bright-eyed and fast-talking. He offered two models from which I could choose.
A grey cat with vivid green eyes hid in long grass beside a letterbox. Two birds hopped and skipped along the path. The cat’s attention was fixed.
Sonnet 1: Hypothetical
If freshly cloned, with memories intact Unable hence to occupy one ground Our senses would not duplicate exact the information beaming from around.
Free Choice (Cleave/Trigee)
If...............The only certainty one has..........is faith............that something exists; then.............it follows that
A deviation split our primate past and catalysed the rise of modern man. Inquirers scan a triple epoch span to piece together how it came to pass:
Dissect a passing notion into parts, look deep within the workings of the mind, observe the neuron map an idea charts and study each synaptic cleft confined.
Earth And Moon
When Hadean Earth was magma sea, an impact cleaved the Moon, And eons since and eons hence, they dance in close commune. The Earth has flourished under axis stabilizing boon, The Moon's white face records a cannonade in craters strewn.
A Sci-Fi Sonnet
The human was immortal; problem solved. He siphoned power from a black hole rim. Gazillions of years lay ahead of him. He’d need them as the Universe devolved.
Sonnet 1: Hypothetical
If freshly cloned, with memories intact
Unable hence to occupy one ground
Our senses would not duplicate exact
the information beaming from around.
A plentitude of photons would collide
(Read physics to explain precisely how)
And steadily our shared thoughts would divide
To render subtle change in either brow.
But over time our paths may fly apart