This is a poetry exercise for anyone in possession of a 20-sided die, it is easily modified for any-sized die for those looking to practice voltas. Step One. Make a list of twenty things you’ve done over the past week,… Read More »Academy Log: Volta D-20 for poetry.
Specifically, there are three types of egg on my face. First, I misremembered something in a big way because I was trying too hard to do a thing that didn’t make sense. Once upon a time I shared the origin… Read More »Communications Log: All sorts of egg on my face over here.
Yesterday I took issue with the logic behind what constituted Kirk’s sacrifice in the film. Actual logic dictates that he — and his core crew — set out willing to sacrifice their careers for the life of their friend, and — along the way… Read More »The Search for Spock: The Love for Spock
Today’s sonnet was a tricky little bugger. It begins with Kirk’s empty nest syndrome after the death of Spock when his son David stays at Genesis to further his research. The final lines, pulling Kirk back to Genesis for Spock’s… Read More »The Search for Spock: The Price for Spock