Leaning on its shadow

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Leaning on its shadow

* * * (There it is below, between two coasts)
The Preacher
Oh, Cavafy
Tohu va bohu 2
Two Silences
* * * (Just a while longer and I shall return home)
Nothing and Nobody
Everybody Is Alone
When You Are Far
* * * (In the space between two words)
He Went to Bed with the Word

Nothing and nobody to the dream
and somewhere before dawn only
my mother’s voice instructing me again –
it will heart, it will heart a lot,
but you just listen to mummy:
it always hurts when the dead comes to life
your mother knows the best.

Nothing more and nobody else through the dream…

2018-08-21T17:23:01+00:00 July 3rd, 2008|Categories: Poetry, Blesok no. 60|0 Comments