rent and rendered

26 October 2010 § 3 Comments


You kill me, rend me, render
me feetless, speechless

How did you know i was coming?

Did you fabricate particular,
especial for my incision,
the great, gray galleoncloud
swooping westerly overhead
dodging rainbows
racing gold for greenspace
playfully pelting rainpebbles?

Would your passionate leafburst
colors exert this much noise—
individual marvel-wonder,
communal blazing chorus—
were I not here to suffer
the spectacle in my soul asunder?

thank you.
as i cull my self-fragments
from thy variegated raids
i promise, i listen.


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