A scien’terrific, spiri’tool

To fool around with; a reality

The best of microscopes can see

And measure.

Pure arithme-ticking over,

Showering the brain with light;

Sparks queueing up in scans,

A cue to IQ variations, and

The more the better.

Riches of all human wishes lying there

Waiting to be bared then shared:

Nature in infinitude.


One good turn deserves another;

One good synapse serves another.

“Wakey, wakey” here comes knowledge!

Insights new, fresh out of college!

Insights causing you to grow;

Daring you to dare to go;

Blowing horns you dared not blow.

Synapse and invention new;

By definition a new you.


I’m signing off with love (or luff),

This synapse stuff the glove

That warms,

Synapses’ arms

The magic charm.

Synapses 12.9.2017 Circling Round Science II; To The Child Mystic II; Arlene Corwin



God Has A Plan

       God Has A Plan


God has a plan.

A plan?

What does it mean?

And what is God?

Not meaning to be mean,

I want to take in

Them’s that do and them’s that don’t

Believe or doubt.


If followed to the end,

All roads lead home to Rome.

Good-natured, good humored,

Dastard, bastard,

Substandard, no standard

Which means bad, good and all the world.


The plan, a plan

Is interesting indeed.

To analyze, interpret, give word to,

For we need

A word to read, be heard,

To take into the heart and head.


If you are a keen observer

Of the concrete and empirical,

You see that things have patterns,

(for example, thought and matter).

Post- and pre- the pattern makes it lyrical.

(That for fun – the main thing is the plan.)


Laws to measure, near and clear,

Self-evident, plain as the nose upon your face.

(Water seeks the lowest space).

Laws unclear, obscure, inferred,

Laws that find no place in science.


Plan, the God adored – is Law;

Door short of adoration.

There’s nothing wrong

With seeing through those eyes,

To please

Those on the border

Of belief and dis-



God Has A Plan 3.30.2017

God Book II; Circling Round Science II; Nature Of & In Reality; Circling Round Reality;

Arlene Corwin


Tips Are Everywhere

Tips Are Everywhere

(or I think best in the bath)


I’m in the bath.

Radio on sink.

It sit and think,

Then I too sink

(into the ear’s cocoon ).


A Noble winner’s hit upon

A method to transcend the barrier

Of light when light’s become a blur

Inside the micro-est of microscopes!

Not only that! It is the barriers he faced

When no one cared.

He’s dared

To break tradition.


Now he’s won.

He’s got position, status.

He has mastered.

Learn from that!


Tips Are Everywhere 11.20.2014/revised 1.31.2015/re-revised 4.11.2016

Circling Round Science II; The Processes; Creative, Thinking; Meditative II; Definitely Didactic; Circling Round Baths II;

Arlene Corwin

Inventions Always Supersede Inventions


It’s no wonder the planet overflows,

New designs replacing old;

Exponential as the population grows,

It whispers or it bellows,

Throwing out what it considers

Excess this and excess that

Piled up as scrap that once had use.


More scrap

Will pile up as filthy, fatty crap

That has no use.

We can’t go back in time.

Framed in other kinds of filth,

Enjoying what is bad for health,

The cloth of new inventions is inevitable.


Inventions Always Replace Inventions 3.23.2015

Circling Round Science II; Our Times, Our Culture II;

Arlene Corwin
















Sitting Looking At A White, White Wall 10.14.2014

Sitting Looking At A White, White Wall


If the sun is everywhere –

One place but everywhere,

(We know its influence is everywhere)

Know there are stars outside the sun –

Each with suns that govern,



Charge up,

In charge of planes, plants, planets, plans:

Nucleons that whizz about

Atoms fizzing in and out,

So there can logically (at least to me)

Be sun Almighty – properties

More likely than unlikely;

It’s a premise –

One of my small revelations.


Sitting Looking At A White, White Wall 10.14.2014

Revelations Big & Small; Circling Round Energy; Circling Round Science II;

Arlene Corwin



It’s All So Logical 7.23.2014

It’s All So Logical


If fractal theory holds true,

Then You are me and I am You,

And that old apothegm

Is metaphorically true too;

[Made in the image of…] the start the root,

A heart whose continuity of branches are

In duplicate – in miniature

Ad infinitum.


Why didn’t someone put it this way


Can it all be that simple?


It’s All So Logical 7.23.2014

God Book; Circling Round Science II;

Arlene Corwin



Certainty 2014



I’m pleased that there are those

That question why a certain house

Gets flooded while the house next door stays dry.

Unpredictability.  Factors, causes, reasons why;

Component circumstance, dynamic;

Here we see the butterfly, effect rhapsodic.

Is there accident and fortune’s hand at all –

Foreseeable, predictable

In some vague laws unseen?

Shapes between,

Shaping patterns and connections

In coincidence?

What is this dance of risk and chance?

Why is there chance at all?

Uncertainty could disappear

If everything was measurable (but it ain’t).

Adorable and quaint,

But doubts and things that aren’t clear –

Always here.


The ordinary me has limits.

Ordinary me can never see

The butterfly effect, the tiny

Waves that make up happenings;

The subatomic world that keeps on changing hungrily,

Lazily, chaotically, eternally.

Probable and possible – which is which –

Questions in a witch’s brew, their secret prank.

For the ordinary you and me.

I think it’s safe to say today there is no certainty.

And if there is, it’s in God’s databank.


Certainty 2.27.2014

Circling Round Science II;

Arlene Corwin







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