My #Poem ‘Quantum Entanglement’ published in Secret Attic Magazine

I entered the first ever Secret Attic poetry competition last month, and am thrilled to have my poem ‘Quantum Entanglement’ published in this month’s edition.

Quantum Entanglement

It’s quantum entanglement:
two bodies joined
in close proximity then
split asunder, still
matched in eternity
communicating over trackless wastes
of space and time unfathomable

Continue reading at Secret Attic. The print version of this month’s magazine will be available from the Secret Attic website tomorrow.

Don’t forget that this week’s EIF Poetry Challenge is to write a Haiku – only 3 lines so no excuses that you don’t have time to enter!

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  1. Congratulations Ingrid, this is a wonderful piece! As I couldn’t comment on your Indigo Black is for I poem, I would like to praise it here, Black is my favorite colour too but I couldn’t weave it into that prompt but you rocked it! I love that poem it’s awesome!

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