Saturday, December 25, 2010

the analytical geometry of a relation...

.

she
stands
on
my
shoulders
to
(be)
see(n)

shesitsbetweenmeandmyfriendsto(be)love(d)

me
minus my height minus my friends
am still me

she
plus my height plus my friends
is not even she

.

4 comments:

Dan Leo said...

I love poems where every word counts and where there aren't any words that don't count. Like this one.

Francis Scudellari said...

reconciling these contradictions of she, we find a me (and an us)

Mariana Soffer said...

Human being, I am so happy I could find you, I wanted to wish you the best for this time of the year, but also ask you if you could invite me to see your new blog.
Thanks a lot
M

human being said...

dear Dan Leo...
these words from you, master of words, mean a lot to crow!

Francis...
all is one... yep!
but this particular 'she' really hates 'me'... just because i love 'us'...
:)

Mariana...
glad to see you here... i've got no new blogs... i simply shut down my blog...
i may write there again... don't know...
thanks for your intetest...


and so sorry dear friends for such a late answer!