|New poetry by Gabriel Bosch||| Print ||
|Monday, 12 March 2012 07:09|
When I was an X, I became Y. When I was Y, I became Z.
"When I was a line I divided into parts. When I became parts I played a game. When I was a game I became everywhere. When I was everywhere I lost interest. When I lost interest I became light. When I was light I saw your face. When I was your face I saw mine. When I was my face I became a civilization. When I was a civilization I felt better. When I felt better I became my hands. When I was my hands I would breathe. When I would breathe I felt better. When I was better I would relax. When I would relax I would relax some more. When I became the question I became the answer."
Lists of Food and Animals
"I carved a yogurt spoon with a lobster sitting on a spaghetti moon. I made a blueberry blouse for a butterfly's party and their open house. I placed a honey hat on a big blue bat and a nougat knife with a poodle's wife. I saw an alligator on a toothpaste farm with a slurpee running all down his arm. I ran through mustard maze to see a strawberry sun with atomic glaze. I ran to my house to see... that a list of food and animals had all followed me."
This one is sort of dark but fun to follow visually:
Serpents in the Sunbeams