Daily Archives: December 28, 2013

Promise to Mr Deejay

Behind The curtain of night The deejay played his tune In the corner of my room In whimpering interest I started Dance I could not do Eyes I could not dim The deejay stopped short Like an emergency ambulance The … Continue reading

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In Some Kilos

Wind blows and flows in random lines, breezing, and weakening Our minds fly above alpha borderline Can anybody survive this line? Bodies are drained; senses are trapped in a fuss Is there anybody feeling like this? These feet are going … Continue reading

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Calling You Flower

Calling you flower, Have I descended in hell? As all those long-curled memories Cheat me so nicely Of those sparks that dance, Those that freeze us in between, Night’s lonely hour I cared Leaping headlong cursed by God; Hell was … Continue reading

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That Night I Held You in Timbuktu

That night I held you in Timbuktu, my fingers spun your hair like a Greek silkworm god, commissioned by the aphorism: love is all you need. Bullshit. I swam in those inlets of dusty gold only to find myself shipwrecked. … Continue reading

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I am the man who left on the ship

I am the man who left on the ship And I am the man who came back I am the one who is not recognized No boots, no letters I am the one who fell in love And grew my … Continue reading

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I hate the past tense …

(for Madiba) Times like now, I just hate the past tense I hate the insensitivity of the speed With which it wraps up the life stories Of people I love with its -ed strings I hate my incapacity to challenge … Continue reading

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Recreation

cracked open the surface tension of things in the shade of the world tree here at the self- designated center of the cosmos bird – sky spread in a wide- embracing ecstatic dance over the mouth of the earth fasting … Continue reading

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