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The Star Carver They say you find a lively memoryof a world’s early agesdeep within. Shapes without colourscolours without shapes.Endeavours without maps,vision without eyes. To rejoin the silence was to speak;to leave behind all lights was to see. Feel the pristine ground.Touch the running water.Does a fire burn afar?Do you hear the shadows flicker? For … Continue reading Two Recent Poems
Rainy Road Found Poem (RRFP) is a series of mysterious texts that I find in the gutter during my night walks
Rainy Road Found Poem (RRFP) is a series of mysterious texts that I find in the gutter on my way home from office. Curiously, I am more likely to find more of them during rain or at midnight.
An over 1,800-year-old poem revisited :).
Well, since bits of it have already shown up in postcards that I send, I thought I might as well expand it into a doggerel. I really want to change it and add a few commas, but good night for now. Lunar eclipse yesterday morning that inspired this piece. Check it out on UC Berkeley … Continue reading Earth, #3