Monthly Archives: October 2015

Suddenly

Everything appeared suddenly. Daylight suddenly touched the earth. The sky appeared suddenly. Blue suddenly. Everything appeared suddenly. Smoke rose from the soil; Shoots, buds appeared suddenly. Suddenly, Suddenly. Everything appeared suddenly. Girls suddenly, boys suddenly. Landscape, roads, cats, humans… Love … Continue reading

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For Mortal Beings

You shall all die! Go to the heavens with no shame! Your souls shall desert you! You shall be buried underground covered with earth. Worms, insects, maggots Will gleefully pounce on you. Your hands will be empty, No one will … Continue reading

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Clearly

Clearly, death will come to me one morning. As the first light enters fearfully through the window, Reach out, lower my bedside curtain. Leave the candle just as it was in the evening . Then in slippers run, give the … Continue reading

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Night Song

That bird, it sings in the most remote gardens, In ivy laden lowlands, On trees untouched, To dawn from night. Its touching voice grows, Its longest melody fleetingly enchants, All who listen. Just that sound for a while in the … Continue reading

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Neither in Time

Neither in time, Nor am I entirely outside time. Inside a moment long, single And indivisible. The colour of a strange dream, Every figure looks numb. A feather in the wind even Not as light as I. My head grinding … Continue reading

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