*and the sun rayed
February 15, 2011
i can only trust there's know limit.
speed has gorgeously led me to and away from these words.
they breath to ease this marker,
which at some point leaves blurs
empty pocked window shopper,
heartbroken with his kids ,
passing by the toy store,
staring at the nothing he only gives
must not he know to dedicate the name bearing stake
which claims to that which
musn't show what's his
only is it so that
i know this
which of is
the pieces fall faster, in place,
at a pace faster than which past occurs,
at the feet of where what now exists, is.
& at last
passed while traces of questions answerd,
I'm at the point where numbers
are romanced, and matched
the very second that it makes sense
to hold hands,
and ultimately commence the slow dance,
math concurs (and throws back)
i am experiencing the culmination of a piled up trash view obscured,
baffled birds attracted rats instects vanish and odor turns
all of which
has now been compacted and conquered.
revealing the scenic path
showing that gravity laughs at the falling
seeing divers reach reef's to deep
to hear the kind hearted storm calling
dry sand doesn't brace itself in pre-empting the sea's worst wrath
happens this empty beach, sure-feet and calm earth crashed;
I'm standing on the driver's seat
Arms resting on the sun roof shirt trapped.
In a foriegn world safari that is an unending maze
long passed surrendering to astonishment's ways
so perfectly served
so right and deserved,
my life was has no sole mate
my heart need's nothingness to dance with yours
much like these sayings need spaces to punctuate the words.
i no longer look in a mirror seeing all behind me amazed
it feels comfortable not wearing any hat that covers every man's craze;
and while spectacle of the comet that blazed to stage performed
and runs in the circle to be unmade.
the sum of the square root of negative one
was discussed by two strangers over dinner
and attracted others who played.
i never stayed.
but all was still.
and it still is.
and the sun raised.
February 9, 2011