Poems of Masiela Lusha
|1.||A Man of Forty||7/10/2006|
|2.||A Translation of Mother Theresa's poem, 'Life'||7/30/2006|
|3.||Call Us Women||7/10/2006|
|6.||Christmas in Schönbrunn||7/11/2006|
|7.||Drinking the Moon||7/10/2006|
|11.||Fruits of Tribute||7/10/2006|
|12.||Full Moon- A Siren's Song||7/10/2006|
|14.||Hardest to Forgive||7/31/2006|
|16.||I Cannot Love You Honestly||7/30/2006|
|17.||I Dig for Nothing||7/10/2006|
|18.||I Do Not Try||7/10/2006|
|19.||Little Dreamer (For lil' Gracie)||7/10/2006|
A Man of Forty
A man of forty. Forty years the child.
His eyes don't see me but his mother.
His past. And like a child he wanders
Clean through the tunnels of his time.
And lost logic, and found regret.
His history plays inside his eyes,
and his fingers play with his pain,
He doesn't play with logic. Logic
Can't be found in this child's fate.