Poem for today: Landscape I
"You have a sense of belonging size of a human"
a scar or a bruise, the void of time black sea,
a space full of empty where the view is one
to the galaxies of the heart.
History of thousend years
in the charachters of the clouds, you
woke me up
from a long dark sleep, this
is to doubt the truth once more,
look all the skies empty.
Beyond the eye, closer
is a long journey.
The pen's ink shyes, towards language
and eternity, life
that doesn't cease, that will remain
after there's none.
The ocean looks staged
and the moonlight, the butterflies
sleep and men under the bridges.
No black emptiness opens up when
a boat swims in the ocean blue.
Eeva Maria Karhunen
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