Monosyllabi

Monosyllabi

Jun. 1, 2017 by

We talk about our work, the mundane occurrences of the day, And before long we get silent, running out of things to say, You have your share of problems, and I have my share, Exhausted, we just give each other

Someone Like You

Someone Like You

May. 31, 2017 by

I heard from many lives for whom you were the sunshine, And hoped that you could dispel the darkness from mine, Until someone asked me how all your light was spun, And I wondered who was your secret sun. I

Some Say

Some Say

May. 30, 2017 by

Some say, that every colour has a special meaning, One that flowers wearing them know not revealing, Some say, colour is an accident in evolution’s learning, One that the eyes perceiving them realise not peering. Some say, that every road

Heteroculture

Heteroculture

May. 21, 2013 by

When someone preaches culture, as scientifically as horticulture, Just stand up and let them know, enough of this farcical show, That you already have yours, and the rest of them, have theirs, Music comes about, as much from common sound,

East Bank of Euphrates

East Bank of Euphrates

Feb. 25, 2013 by

The fish are very angry, and wish the sun would finally stop, Robbing their already depleted river, drop by evaporating drop, They know not, why their water, is vanishing with a shroud, And then sun cannot tell them, it is