Particularly Perfect Poems

Hey, BleuRose here! Today, I got in the mood to make poems. (Okay, I was inspired by a book I read, but don’t judge.) I made a haiku, couplet, and an ‘I am’ poem, like the ones I did in school. Here they are:

Fantasy
When in fantasies,
A cloak draped on my shoulders,
I am the bravest

Fantasies
A cloak on my shoulders,
I can move the biggest boulders,
With courage at my side,
I can move the tides,
Going through the thickest forest,
I forget I am the poorest.

Brother Daniel
I am adaptive and fight valiantly,
I wonder about my own capability,
I hear thunder clapping,
I see the gods snapping,
I want to live in my fantasy,
I am adaptive and fight valiantly.

I pretend to have a brother,
I feel that he isn’t much of a bother,
I touch his shaking hands,
I worry he might not understand,
I cry because he might die under the canopy,
I am adaptive and fight valiantly.

I understand that death is the end,
I say that people merely do not understand,
I dream that I will be reunited,
I try to stay enlightened,
I hope he will wait patiently,
I am adaptive and fight valiantly.

P.S.
Also, all of these are original, I made them myself. If (very unlikely if) you wish to use these, please give credit to:
BleuRose – https://www.tophattimes.wordpress.com

Signed,
BleuRose

Welcome Logic Labs!

Welcome Logic Labs!

After my Easter/Lent Logic Lab, I thought it might be nice to introduce you to what these are in the first place! The point of Logic Labs is to give you a non-bias point of view on whatever I’m looking into. Even though I celebrate Easter, I never said if it was great or what I did, because that differs based on your country and your family. Anyways, I hope you enjoy Logic Labs, they’ll come out once every month.

Graphics Made With: LogoMakr.com

Signed,
BleuRose

#InternationalWomen’sDay

#InternationalWomen’sDay

Imagine being the first lawyer and the first judge in your country, what an accomplishment to serve justice to the unjust! Well, Lee Tai-Young was the first female lawyer and the first female judge in Korea. What about Helen B. Taussig? There’s a good chance that you wouldn’t be reading this if it wasn’t for her. She dove into “blue baby syndrome,” which was, in fact, a partial clogging of a pulmonary artery. You never hear about her. Maybe even Virginia Apgar? She was an anesthesiologist, one of the first ever in her field. She made sure that we all understood the hows and the whys of anesthesiology so that the doctors didn’t accidently make you permanently go to sleep. Yet, we never hear of these women and why is that? Well, you tell me. Check out the google doodle on International Women’s Day. Also, take a peek the book that showcases all of the successful yet unknown women, Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science-and the World by Rachel Swaby. Even YouTube is celebrating this glorious day.

Information on Lee Tai-Young, Helen B. Taussig, and Virginia Apgar: Wikipedia.

Signed,
BleuRose