14 April 2011 § 2 Comments

lift out and set aside
to fall behind your shoulder in the wind those crumbling-anyway thoughts
that maybe sometime you could cycle back and piece into cohesion
but keep keep walking walking
walk walk on like every other day

halfway through that so-good story
set aside for drinking in numbing in pulling in
because You Are An Essential Part of this wondering world
wondering demanding seeking enormous generation
but why?

Grandmother says we go on, we go on


§ 2 Responses to inexorable

  • Oh, Hi.

    I came across your blog. I don’t normally do anything with my blog or blogs or others. Reading from unnaturally illuminated screens is not my cup of tea (in other words, I scarcely read literature from a computer screen). But what joy your posts brought me. Fantastic writer you are. Thank you for sharing.

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