Ben Gieske


Howard's Unity Tree (A Response)



matter is energy
constantly exchanging places
time traveled in speeding space
four horses with unifying control
crisscrossing pathways
choosing wisely amid revolving ideas
forging our
becoming
our forging
ideas revolving amid wisely choosing
pathways crisscrossing
control unifying with horses four
space speeding in traveled time
places exchanging constantly
energy is matter


ROBERT CHARLES HOWARD
Are you seeking him?
Places you can look
Here or Bach’s Art World*

* This last line is an anagram of his name.


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. ..........................................N...... ..U
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..................................... ...BECOMING
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.....................................P....... ......................D
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............. ......M

Submitted: Monday, February 04, 2008
Edited: Monday, February 04, 2008

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  • Rookie - 29 Points Robert Howard (2/5/2008 9:43:00 AM)

    Golly, I never had anyone write a poem about one of my poems. I am truly honored and touched (of course I'm not the only one to say I'm touched) . Thank you to the event horizon of gratitude. (Report) Reply

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