Monday, June 21, 2010

Goya People

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Nausicaa 356

The throat falls along the way and faltering
In silence tells a dozen odd stories
About the night
About something aloof
About sparkling eyes
And merciless tears
About the stars and pieces of jealously
About laughing lightning
About looking back
About the frame of the heart
About thunder
About sex
About hidden rage
About how, in an instant, we can be so wrong

Quiet voice you bring up thoughts never dared
You build this tower and close the walls in around yourself
You cast aside the day
And mould some cold night in
This image of cold and confounded wound.

1 comment:

Richard Ewing said...

I like YOUR Beatles picture too!...