Thu
Apr 19 2012 5:00pm

When We Ask You to Contribute to Poetry Month, Suddenly Poetry Follows You Everywhere

John M. Ford’s Against Entropy spraypainted in a flooded ruin

Here’s one to make you shiver. Back in February or March we asked Cat Valente if she would like to contribute to Tor.com’s SFF Poetry Month. (We kicked off this tradition last year and enjoyed it so much that we made it a regular thing. Click the above link to see the entirety of it.) She joined in the fun, only to reveal she had spraypainted a poem that we posted last year in a flooded ruin.

That poem? John M. Ford’s extremely appropriate sonnet “Against Entropy.”

Some things are, apparently, meant to be.

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