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politics rants

Threatening Beyond

fire and fury
like the world's never -
a bluff until .


--Brent Logan (2017)
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General

Treasured memories of mom

Treasured memories
Flow gently into the breach
That cannot be filled.


--Brent Logan (March 22, 2017)

Today I begin to learn how to live without my mom. This isn’t going to be easy. She was a special, spunky person and we are all better for having known and loved her.

Rest in peace, mom.

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Photographs

Happy Vernal Equinox!

equinox
rain
sprinkles petals


--Brent Logan (2016)
Categories
Photographs

Coffee Run

Morning coffee run
I can't seem to get moving
Where is my focus?


--Brent Logan (2016)

This morning, even the Canada geese were having problems getting in formation.

Categories
Photographs

Pacific Alchemy

Aqua, terra, aer
Spark a seaside alchemy,
Calming my nature.


—Brent Logan (2016)

This is day four of a week of nature photography.

Categories
General

15 years at Intel

Fifteen years ago,
I started an adventure.
Seems like yesterday.


--Brent Logan (2014)

Today is my fifteenth anniversary of starting at Intel.

Categories
family

Thanksgiving Pi-ku

Traveling
to
meet each other,


Thanksgiving
is
reunion time.


Together
we
talk, eat, and play,


Refreshing
our
relationships.


Heading home
yet
looking forward.


Another
meet
is coming soon.


Family
makes
my heart grateful!


--Brent Logan (2014)
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longboarding

Longboarding

Two seasoned feet dance,
Careening on a longboard,
Between spring and fall.


--Brent Logan (2014)
Categories
General

Pi Day Pi-ku

Project slip.
Ugh!
No need for sleep.


Hot caffeine.
Blink.
No need for sleep.


I love you!
Wink.
No need for sleep.


--Brent Logan (2014)

In honor of Pi Day, I wrote a few pi-ku.


A pi-ku is a three-line poem, like a haiku, but with three syllables in the first line, one in the second, and four in the third, following the pattern of the first three digits of pi: 3.14.

Categories
General

Morning Commute, Part XVI

a monochrome wash
splashing against bark and blade
dripping, "I hate hue!"


--Brent Logan (2013)