LIBRATION | A TECHNICALLY SQUARE POEM

LIBRATION-A SQUARE POEM

ROWS:
Libration of lost traveler,
Has his persistence diluted.
Been deserted, certainly his
Limited intellect shrunk wit.

COLUMNS:
Libration has been limited,
Of his deserted intellect,
Lost persistence certainly shrunk;
Traveler diluted his wit.

I intended to make it a square poem. As you notice, each row and column has 4 words and 8 syllables.

Image by: Travürsa

Image souce: wikipedia
Simulated views of the Moon over one month, demonstrating librations in latitude and longitude. Also visible are the different phases, and the variation in visual size caused by the variable distance from Earth. Source: wikipedia

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Lace Winter says:

    Ok, this has to be one of the most clever poems I’ve seen in a while. It appeals to the geek in me. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much!
      I would love to read all the geek stuffs. Let me know when you post one. 🙂

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