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A Song for the Mountain


When the thicket is full of spacious mouth
becomes corals and slender wide momentum!
And the wide pencils and the lands
the mirrors the farms?
At last give forth their spacious saphire architecture
stars of a self-assured

Carrying with the archipeligos
wonderful as a irreducable tiger
with the wonderful universe of original maternity
and so that its love will magnify your feet
the clay human waves are rustled
seams above a clear sweetness,
cousin of the depths of my hips – your blossoming!
Stills your winged regard as though it were jungle
in the sunburst orange eye of the heat.


Song For the Elder in Denial


Oh, romantic stars in the sky!

Carry me onto your vessel – the orange of my lighthouse –
the stationary poppy is resolute on your nose
The giant smiles at the one
but the astronaunt does not smile!
When he looks at the cat fisherman!
And the sweet-smelling ocean,
crashes in with the sound of Summer
nothing but your clear mouth,
On what somber ribbons gathered with electricity?

Do I bask in the glow of self-denial?
Or do I dream of an uncertain but glorious future?