Reply to Anna and John, while listening to Brian Eno

October 10, 2012

Not sad, just entanglement

not metaphor, just

an ambivalent vine, ambient

equivalent to other’s less aimlessness, less

coils, less in the light

less in sunlight then say day dreams

so peaceful, one’s so full of hope, once

one’s growth going down into the soil

the twisty syntax, a root personified.

Or what would be less than that.

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4 Responses to “Reply to Anna and John, while listening to Brian Eno”

  1. Thomas Davis Says:

    Ahhh…
    and then there was beauty and silence and the song of the beauty and silence…

  2. extrasimile Says:

    Yes, thank you John and Anna. It’s not often I get to quiet and oceanic. Yet it’s always there, isn’t it?

  3. John Stevens Says:

    This is one to return to and relish. I love the the quiet voice here. As you know, I have only limited Internet access for a while so no chance of following up with YouTube. But it is good to check in with your poems whenever I can.

  4. Anna Mark Says:

    I just listened to Brian Eno, “an ending (ascent)” on YouTube, oceanic music, while reading your flowing words. The words that stand out to me most are: twisty syntax, a root personaified/Or what would be less than that. I don’t know.


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