Monthly Archives: September 2013

Child wind

The child wind is a spirit, like a fallen leaf That rolls along towards the earth’s infinity Riddled with false matter from its past sky. It is no laughing matter in mom’s hand fan, Nor in trees shaking with excess … Continue reading

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Window glass

I woke up to this window glass this morning As the tree , a tiny branch , waves on the glass A moving shadow made by tree+wind +glass Not a sleep dream but a waking word dream A beauty engendered … Continue reading

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Cricket stories

We are looking for our stories In the park ,under a thin tree On green bench or thereabouts. Cricket stories abound in there. Grass replicates the past words On bare feet to earth, cracked Like mind in a nothing’s duress. … Continue reading

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Just write

just write ,it would whisper , in black and in white,when it is still dark night. one must take in the night,its two roses sleeping in the night ,in waking yellow and crimson, rising from a little earth to higher … Continue reading

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Grass notes

On a morning of bedewed grass A bare walk hardly leaves notes Only bird notes from park trees. The grass cowers in wet silence, But raises its heads once a while Its wetness tingling the underfoot A painful thorn peeps … Continue reading

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Decline and fall

This is September and you mark the decline of the sun Behind the long rows of buildings and listless trees. From the train its decline is noticeable in arid wastes That teem with straggling shepherds in grazing sheep. The sun … Continue reading

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Moon’s magic

Yesterday’s moon had slid behind the school To surface today at midnight, behind the shed. It is a struggle for the cow to reflect on events Of the day, near the haystack, with tacky flies Needlessly bothering its tail, while … Continue reading

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