Midweek 'Found' Poetry: keep_running / by daintydora

I love playing with words, and poetry is my place of escape and joy right now. In another exploration of found poetry, I'm linking up with my equally creative and lexical friend, Karen, over at Leaf and Petal.

To shake things up and introduce new and interesting terminology to the mix, we've used a page from a copy of Linux User & Developer magazine (Issue 142), where I was particularly drawn to the 'Python column', which waxes lyrical about adding 'vision' to your Raspberry Pi (not a euphemism!)

Raspberry Pi Article in Linux Magazine (Issue 142)

 

keep_running

 

Establish connected

parameters combine;

probably powerful

while keep_running=

false.

Signals are messages

(the kill signal)

Listen, asynchronous,

do something!

Skip, callback, interrupt -

set the program kernel to

green, red, yellow...

But why Python?

In base libraries

the simplest things combine;

an infinite loop, (the

tilt signal)

where two devices break out.

USB ports

install control

and animated=true.

The last step?

keep_running.

SO much inspiration in words!

Read more of my poetry, 'found' and otherwise, here.