‘after their tea when life begins again’

7 March 2012 § Leave a comment

life is here, something of a
Breathing way to be
and a Looking,
shining We the pinpoints of
[having been] deposited
in a here&now
like the molecules in a crystal
or the plasm in a cells
or the stars in constellation
or the lines in a concrete
or the tumbling row of tumbling clothes
in a launder-laundro-laundrymat.
(but of course all with the Life amongus)

impossible, We the probable
and the Defined,
needing the We, needing
a Looking from You
like the way a movie hits your insides
or the health of whole,green to digest
or the sunshine relentless to your skin
or the real,sitting hills in a distance
or the Orion that burns with passion
in the vulnerable-anger moment.



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