Hadron

Creative Bloomings gives us a new poetic form, the Hadron, which consists of  just twelve words. Brevity is key. It offers two random glimpses at complementary thoughts.

LINE 1: Use two words to set the subject.
LINE 2: Three words that relate directly to subject of LINE 1
LINE 3: two words completing the thought begun on LINE 2, describing it.
The next three lines convey a new thought related to the first in an abstract way:
LINE 4: Two descriptive rhyming words
LINE 5: One word setting up the action conveyed in
LINE 6. Two words

I was blown away by the name of the form, hence: 

Hadron collider
incomprehensible research project
very expensive
bling thing
collided
with incredulity

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5 Responses to Hadron

  1. Not a fan of science? 😀

    Like

  2. MarinaSofia says:

    Ahem – not that expensive or bling, but then I would say that as one of the CERN families, whose husband is working on it. Incomprehensible? Perhaps a little, although I’m getting the hang of saying the right things and looking moderately intelligent whilst doing so…

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