Category Archives: Poetry

Tamim Ansary

Tamim Ansary Author of Games without Rules: The Often-Interrupted History of Afghanistan There once was an Afghan Ansary Who spoke beautiful English and Dari When they asked him to go And interpret Pashto, He said “all I can say is … Continue reading

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A Tired Toddler’s Psalm

By the couch in the living room There we sat down and I screamed when I remembered Sodor We hung up our sun hats and put our shoes in the closet And now you expect us to be content with … Continue reading

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Star Trek: DS9 Limericks

Here are some deep reflections about the philosophical questions raised by Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Quark There was a Ferengi named Quark Who opened a bar on a lark Though his clients were petty His profits were steady Though … Continue reading

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Two Limericks and a Serious Poem

Here are a few poems I wrote. I hope you like them. Limericks Michael Gazzaniga There was a brain surgeon Gazzaniga Who’s disorganization was chronica Till he split his callosum Freeing powers quite awesome And could do twice the work … Continue reading

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