So, as I have written previously, one of my favorite things in poetry is the poem sequence: a series of poems written in the same style, or on the same topic, or with some other feature that co-constrains them and links them together. This is different from a long poem broken into sections, where the relationship is more temporal or narrative. What I love is the sequence where each poem stands on its own, but then when you bring them into proximity with one another, you start to generate resonances and cross-reactions that add an N+1th dimension to the whole thing.
Anyway, with that as prelude, here, for your Sunday morning reading pleasure, is a sequence of Google poems (the latest hot nerd trend in found poetry). This sequence, if it were to be titled, would be titled something like “How long until . . . ”
If there are any screenwriters out there reading this, those last two could form the basis for an awesomely horrible romantic comedy.