Went flower picking on the mount sun-drenched in the early afternoon, curved absences of light wriggled cross the rough tar back of the road I paused briefly to examine the flutterings of a butterfly, brilliant orange, drunken flight moved locations out to grab a large coffee from the service station pre-paid to avoid lackacash awkwardness sidled unnanounced down the side of the Bard’s Palace, cliffy … Continue reading Brushwork
Too raunchy for print, that last one Nonetheless, perhaps something for your little ears, my children, a Mild Spice an Anglicisation of materac There is a minded artifact in this world A soul vine Who calls softly through the wind to those who would hear it listen now, carefully, if you can Do you hear Her? You can find Her at the base of your … Continue reading Sushumna Tale
Strain and death and all other supposed human recognitions and ideologies about the great unspeakable whimsy that fills every space with nothing and slathers matter with Shiva and spinning images wrought out of time and mind, that giggles with joyful youthful eerie glee speaking in tongues and out of fountains and holes in sides of mountains and Rub Al-Khali and Konya and graveyards the world … Continue reading Saturn’s Dove
Man, dream! Man, dream! Man, dream! Man, dream of cities walled, of malls, gritty city streets, halls of commerce stacks of paper miles deep things to make your children weep Man, dream of guns, of bullets, of rifle-song, of the guillotine of obscene bombs twenty thousand strong bursting over the heads of He-Who-Must-Be-In-The-Wrong Man, dream of empire, dream of walls, of Coliseum miles tall of … Continue reading Man, Dream! – The sleep of reason
What do I remember from weekend? Waves lapping the side of river Cascades of sunlit moisture sheeting cross midair in afternoon raine Breath of earth heart, soft over the hairs of hilltops A pair of birds alight on the tree, sheltering wet wings for a brief moment Alighting into a milk-tea sky shudders of great vibrations of incomprehensible wiggling motivations in the breast of the body … Continue reading River Mountain Nature Rain
Creature, Oh creature! Creature my love! Creature which dwells deep in the deepest, Creature of my heart! Creature of the age! Creature I am with you in the wilds! Creature oh the heady madness’s Oh the joy! Creature the many vistas! Creature the expanses, the terrain! Creature I know not whence from where you came! Creature my happiness! Creature my darling Oh My Joy! Creature the … Continue reading Creature
A wink across cyberspace to a being whom I regard as part of myself, namely, you. —What on earth is the matter with you? Every time you come within a hairs breadth of it, you rush off to check whether or not what you just saw had been seen by another Did it occur to you that those who have seen did not walk from … Continue reading What On Earth Is The Matter With You?
I have something to say to you, dear one listen to me, it is the rustle of leaves and the bright yellow sound of sunlight tapping on white paint, it is the laughter of babes! it is the great beast with countless arms and eyes who is everywhere and nowhere, whose breath raises, mountain, and falls, valley! “it” is pouring sweet ambrosia into the heart … Continue reading Poetry of my heart
What is the soul? I cannot stop asking… I try to pin it down, it slips away, maybe words can’t capture the right feel today Is it the way the wind rustles the leaves into gutter alleys and cul de sacs between the bricks? Or the heat spreading from my chest? What is the difference between these two processes? When I look, I cannot find … Continue reading Finding the Soul
Big mind, singing mind, mind without border or limit, spread edge-ways across the observable universe, moss growing silently on rocky plateau in the Andes, tree frog glistens, croaks song in the Amazon night, love of mother penguin for chicklet in freezing Arctic the first rubs of Cicadas wings after seventeen years of hibernation, ecstatic lovemaking in the insect kingdom, the lights on Fifth Avenue shift … Continue reading Can I sing to You?