Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Poem : Backside by Chika Sagawa(translated by Sawako Nakayasu)

Night eats color
flower bouqets  lose their fake ornaments
Day fall into the leaves
like sparkling fish
and struggles like the lowly mud,the
shape less dreams dreams and trees
nutured outside this shriveled
deridable despair, and the space that
was chopped down
tickles the weeds there
by it's feet
Fingers stained with tar from cigarettes
caress the writhing darkness
and then people move forward

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Poem : Backside by Chika Sagawa(translated by Sawako Nakayasu)

Night eats color
flower bouqets  lose their fake ornaments
Day fall into the leaves
like sparkling fish
and struggles like the lowly mud,the
shape less dreams dreams and trees
nutured outside this shriveled
deridable despair, and the space that
was chopped down
tickles the weeds there
by it's feet
Fingers stained with tar from cigarettes
caress the writhing darkness
and then people move forward

No comments:

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