Sierpinski’s Triangle

two clouds hang in the sky – fading
fresh cut grass – Midwest memories.
fractal lines intertwine
a closed plane opened the door.

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~ by kagomesakura on June 3, 2011.

17 Responses to “Sierpinski’s Triangle”

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  2. Ah, fresh cut grass. Sweet. : )

  3. Hmm.. Simple but Good .. Nice
    Here’s mine Stuff ..
    http://ashbeezone.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/i-remember/

    Happy Rally !! XD

  4. There’s something about the smell of freshly cut grass that just signals summer.

    Nicely done!

  5. It takes observation to notice shapes and creativity to translate them in poetry. Nicely done!

  6. refreshingly refresh!
    nice to meet you
    newbie here please visit and give any comment on: http://mpucukilalang.wordpress.com/2011/06/02/farewell-hymn/

  7. agree with Seabell.
    Glad to see you in.
    🙂

    love your triangle poem, well done.
    Happy Rally.

  8. I find this obscure.

  9. Oh this is intriguing I love the concept of a door opening, the concept of other dimensions and perceptions, the sense of opportunity, and of course the sweet escape found in nature

  10. freshly cut grass just refreshes the air you breath in..

    my link: http://mypoetrywriting.blogspot.com/2011/06/forever-almost.html

  11. Love it. Beautiful visual image, painted with words, perfectly!

  12. I love a poem that says so much in so few words,

  13. a poem derived from mathematical concept — profound and impressive 🙂

  14. Short and pretty like the freshly cut grass.

  15. I love that last line. Because we think of airplanes first, which could work as well, I think, but you’re talking plane geometry. I like the invocation of “midwest memories”.

    Richard

  16. It makes me think of the midwest.

  17. lovely word tour, what a gem.

    Please Check out short story slam week 5,

    write a poem or a story based on the image, link to our week 5 collection of short stories, and have fun!
    Bless your day!
    Hope to see you in,
    Keep your creative juice running,
    BEST!
    xoxox

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