Rhymes

Twelve Days of Space Christmas

After SpaceX managed to successfully land the first stage back today for the first time, I was tweeting about what a great year for space it has been. Then, when Twitter user @_logik suggested I do a Twelve Days of Space Christmas song, I immediately jumped on it! And...

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A Modern Cubicle Romance

He walked over to her cubicle on a hunch. He had been right, she was out to lunch. He squinted at the name tag and memorized her name. To him, the word Kavita would never again mean the same. He saw her everyday but he never spoke. He adjusted...

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My TV-show Rhyme

This post was inspired one of the sitcoms I watch Though it really sucks, the latest episode kicked it up a notch. The lines rhymed throughout, for you see. And that, you might know, is right up my alley! If you’ve watched this episode you might know what it...

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Eternal Longing

Waiting, watching, wanting every day I wonder why, but I cannot say. For something’s amiss, I know not where; There’s a kind of gloom in the air. Loving, leaving, loathing every day, Too disturbed to even pray. Nothing fascinates to the point of perspiration. Is there a sudden stroke...

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Square Poetry

There are some things only Lewis Caroll, the polymath (becoming which is one of my dearest life’s ambitions, by the way), could have done. For example, he was the only one who could have come up with The Alphabet Cipher and The Game of Logic(Remember “some Cretans are liars”?)....

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Reptilian Rhyme

You come in gorgeous colors of cream and white; You’d rather run away than put up a fight. You’re a great subject for photography, you hardly ever move. But you creep most people out, you just don’t fit the groove. You’re fascinating when you hunt – the way you...

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Song of the Indian Housewife

He didn’t like her coffee, he called her cooking fake; He said her food was too bland, not like what his mother used to make. She did not clean everyday, she couldn’t sew too, She did not polish his shoes, like his mother used to do. He told her...

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