Egal Bohen

Rookie - 12 Points (Earth)

Egal Bohen Poems

1. Time Too 5/16/2005
2. Ships Of Stone 5/17/2005
3. Memories 5/17/2005
4. Leaf 5/17/2005
5. Now Then 5/17/2005
6. Defiance 5/17/2005
7. Water 5/17/2005
8. Away From The Slimy Pit To Slide 5/26/2005
9. Parmenides Saw 5/24/2005
10. The Questioning Part 5/24/2005
11. Light 5/25/2005
12. Trinity Of Order 5/25/2005
13. Religions Of Man - Part I - Or - Get Close To The Shore Yourself 6/26/2005
14. The Edge 6/26/2005
15. With The Dust Of Ages Hung 5/16/2005
16. What Is Important Now 6/30/2005
17. As Colour In A Blackbirds Song 6/1/2006
18. Your Tree Of Life Is Taking Shape 7/10/2006
19. His Window Sill 7/11/2006
20. More Liquid Than Cold Glass 7/13/2006
21. Seventh Heaven 2/11/2006
22. Religions Of Man - Part Iii - Or - I See Humanity Drowned 2/24/2006
23. Now We Think We Are Not 3/1/2006
24. Colour In White Light 3/13/2006
25. Words I Wrote 3/25/2006
26. The Universe Fire 9/22/2005
27. Two Thousand And Ten 9/25/2005
28. Life Is Quite Fragile 9/28/2005
29. The Child In Your Mind 9/29/2005
30. Thinking 7/4/2005
31. Reality 7/4/2005
32. Day Deleted 7/14/2005
33. Big Willy 7/25/2005
34. Afternight 7/5/2005
35. Summer 7/14/2005
36. Autumn Brings 9/15/2005
37. Science 9/15/2005
38. What Do You Seek 9/15/2005
39. Horizontal Rain 8/2/2005
40. Drumbeat 7/25/2005
Best Poem of Egal Bohen

Animals In Clothes

Animals in clothes I see
Driving cars or sipping tea
Animals in clothes I see
But they don't know what they are
These animals that drive a car?
Dress in clothes?
Sip the tea?
Just like you
Just like me
Very clever animals they'd be!

But they don't know what they are
These animals that drive a car
Dress in clothes
Sip the tea
Just like you
Just like me

So truly stupid animals they be
Not to realize what they are
Just because they drive a car
Sip the tea
Just like you
Just like me

Oh what stupid things we be
Not...

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Ships Of Stone

There is a vision I behold
Where ships of stone float on a sea of liquid gold
To ancient quays from whence lead fine canals
Straight to the hearts of cities Aeons old

Of what I see in this strange vision nothing leaves me in such awe
As when I look upon the faces of the personalities that stand
Serene and silent in their places as the ships of stone slide by
To those quays and ancient places, to the cities Aeons old

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