Tag: nostalgia

Nostalgia

The long day, just got longer, The chin too narrowed, And claimed a little more of the curved edge. This was after my trip into nostalgia, Stopped somewhere in the mid afternoon. There is nothing one can do When nostalgia abruptly comes to a stand-still. Nostalgia is not always A tear-dropping handkerchief-wetting Moment of careless

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Memory

Just the ambivalence of not Having the security of memory Of the time-folded moment. Lapsed, carried on a ferry To a far-away land No recollection, no ribbon-tied Bonanzas of little fables With a message at the end. No fortune cookie endings, no aphorisms To knot, the idiosyncracy of knowing There is something and yet The

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Nostalgia (Dedicated to all my friends)

You can’t make a microscopic slide Of a bone to see what life exists inside. You can still take a photograph From the past, to see bubbling eyes Frothing skin and time climbing out Through the silhouette of a loved one To connect a day of remembrance With an epoch of life We are always

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Childhood

Twinkle are little stars Diamonds inside little irises. Only love, incalculable with no formula Resting in one infinity sign And a child’s face is the perfect moon Enumerating innocence, smile it seems Is paying it forward. A beacon with a beam. Love is the only space craft Needed to land on the moon turf. And

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