Eli Spivakovsky Poems
- Storm For A Storm The snow freezes in the air The air itself...
- Panacea The panacea of our love delineated at the hour of ...
- Lushenko The World's Greatest ...
- Andalusian My Andalusian Spanish Horse Boy That Europe ...
- What If A Hummingbird Could Em...
- Kaastuene - A Short Narrative ...
- Child Prodigy Child prodigy, performed for royalty at the ...
Poetry is a way for me to share my emotional memory. It is my seal, my stamp, my proof that I have been paying some attention in life. Some of my favourite poetic subjects include: Sound, Digital technology, Geishas and Maikos, Astronauts, Nature, Gypsies, Jews, Snow, Kabbalah, Deceptive Athletes, and of course, Love.
I am inspired by mythology, symbology, mysticism such as Kabbalah, philosophy, angelology, literature, and film and any kind of creative thinking. As well as by my Grandfather, the pianist Jascha Spivakovsky and my Great Uncle, the violinist Tossy Spivakovsky. I also write short-stories, songs, do many kinds of visual art, and am the singer-songwriter and guitarist ... more »
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Storm For A Storm
The snow freezes in the air
The air itself doesn't freeze - that's called 'diamond dust'
The snow actually stopped altogether
suspended like a stalactite in the sky
Immediately afterwards the horses storm our cathedral:
a storm for a storm
I can see your pupils beating
expanding like ink in milk
And what if all the light that is left is the light that has left our eyes?
I came here to pause with you
to increase the spaces in moments
so if we ever needed to run we can hold still between things
and run faster
We can hide ...