A hearty Welcome Aboard to “bahar physics,” who’s profile is non-published but whose blog followings suggest a science-minded physics major with a taste for the Humanities. Her (?) interest in The Perpetual Bird made me wonder how many physics poems are out there. The only one I can recall is Al Zolynas‘s The New Physics, from his 1979 collection of the same title, but a quick Google search has coughed up an intriguingly titled collection by John MacKenzie, Shaken by Physics; A. Van Jordan‘s Quantum Lyrics; and a blog called Entropy, which boasts a “Poetry-Physics” label for a select group of postings and which I intend to spend more time with in the future. Any others that spring to mind?