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Writing Science Poetry

A scientific verse or logical verse is a pretty specific classification that uses science as a subject. Written by scholars and non-scientists, scientific artists are mostly active observers and appreciators of science and “scientific questions.” The scientific verse can be found in cabinets, in various collections, in science fiction magazines, which sometimes include poetry, in various magazines and journals. Many science fiction magazines, including those on the internet, such as Strange Horizons, regularly distribute science fiction verses, another kind of science verse. Obviously, science fiction poetry is a completely unique classification. Online is the Science Poetry Center for those inspired by science poetry and for those interested in science fiction poetry The Science Fiction Poetry Association. There is also a science fiction poetry guide and the ultimate science fiction poetry guide, all of which are on the internet. Weird Horizons distributed science fiction poetry by Joan Merriam, Gary Lyman, and Mike Allen.

In the case of scientific verse, artists of science or logic, such as artists of science fiction, can also distribute a variety of poetry in almost any order of expression. Scientific or logical writers must know, like various artists, the “work and specialization” of poetry, and science or logical poetry appears in each of the ideal structures: free intransitive, clear syllable, metrical, rhyming, non-rhyming, conceptual and concrete, rhetoric, erotic speech, and arithmetic, tenderness, etc., each of the funny tools are also used, from the use of words that sound similar to punctuation, humor, dissonance, and considering telling the cold and raw truth, for every excellent style, sayings, and strokes, etc., even a logical mystical verse is conceivable. In his collection, The World Treasury, Astronomy and Mathematics, director Timothy Ferris aptly assimilates a passage called “The Poetry of Science.” In the introduction to this passage, Ferris says, “Science (or the ‘ordinary way of thinking from which science evolved) gave artists raw material, causing some to praise rational ideas and others to respond to them.”

Greats like Milton, Blake, Wordsworth, and Goethe praised or “served” science, as well as a mixture of both. This lasted until the 20th century with artists such as Marianne Moore, TS Eliot, Robinson Jeffers, Robert Frost and Robert Hayden (e.g. “Full Moon”, “the wonderful rival of the rocket specialists”) also host the lesser-known writers. . , which I considered All Things has a good reaction to a logical question.

Positively those who write logical poetry, like those who write science fiction, do not need to pay homage to all science, yet science is the subject anyway, and there is regularly a more prominent relationship between poetry and science than there is. It would accept potential writers or researchers. . It can be innovative and sentimental in both, it can also be academic and digital. Both can be tasty and consistent. Or, again, both can be ugly and illogical, depending on the science and hair.

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