Works by Dianne Gross-Giese
nice. i love the structure you chose..it rather feels a bit like skiing as well...nice pic too...
Hmmm... don't you overcome inertia (the tendency for an object in motion to stay in motion) by applying friction?
You are correct, Eric, thank you for the definition. All this time I had the impression inertia is what keeps an object from randomly moving from a stop. My teenagers helped me harness the property of inertia in space. .....from the couch, however, it's another matter....Ha!
Well, the rest of your 'science' was spot-on and cleverly utilized.Yes, couches are a wonderful invention... but I usually default to my La-Z-Boy recliner.
Hmmmm....I'm Chopped liver now?It's a good thing I checked....have a Kick Ass Week-End Fab Di
I liked the spacing and the pacing and the feel of this poem. And as I'm laying on my sofa right now, I'm loving it even more because I think inertia agrees with me!
Form and content work really well together here. This strides along impressively both verbally and visually.
Fab Di....?C'Mon...Remove shoe."Click"Download.Post...Yes, it's just THAT simple!
This is wonderful!
I like your naked foot.
Love this, the form really pulls you through and the ending is just right.