And everywhere

“And everwhere
in quiet graveyards
the dead will bury the living
and you will tell me you love me
tonight at noon.”
   -Adrian Henri
Chinese caligraphy ,
she insisted,
had individuality expressed
in a particular brush stroke
but however
the ink turned paper
to black,
a face erased,
but a Chinese woman
recorded her dreams
chasing away Chinese characters
a tall thin man held his tall thin woman
watching in silence poetry
it was like all those months starving at the  feast
you were,
why ?

About seagullsea

a seagull flying over the great ocean of life observing.
This entry was posted in a stranger in paradise, adaptation, eternity ?, life choices, life lessons, lost in translation, nonconformity, people watching, planetary life, poetry, social critique, survival, understanding ourselves. Bookmark the permalink.

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