Tag: poetry

The Singing Gypsy and Her Lover The Poor Poet

Exhausted resilience The singing gypsy vibrates the universe and shatters its steel shackles And steals oxygen from galaxies and returns to the Milky Way to share Deep breaths Trying to communicate with an apparition A spirit ever evolving and immaterial and immortal The gypsy continues her caterwaul sweet angel’s plea, the death wish and life promise She keeps both in… Read more →

The American Young Men

Lots of laughing The night Is wacked with silly dumb voices Young men In the Tortilla Flat reincarnation Hiking and exploring and being children Laughing nonsense Drinking death Smoking gloom Its fun I don’t take life too seriously Cuz it’s so serious that it’s not serious Its zen to be gone And giggling Into tomorrow’s arms Running from the today… Read more →

Observations in the Tea Shop and Orange Sunshine

The couple sitting by the window Has devices that Connect them They are clean Mechanical in movement and tone and dress They are talking about reservations Something about them appears inauthentic Something about him is entitled and brainwashed Something about her is Mean and robotic Tablets and phones and I think they are afraid to make eye contact For fear… Read more →