Eugene Issaus


10. The Way to Alpha Hall


The alpha hall finally appears within my sight
That tall brick-red building, spectacular
Having no idea which side is the entrance at
I randomly pick one direction and try
The street comes to an end not far away
Turning to the opposite direction, the street
Seems leading me farther and farther away
A small alley leading to another street
To the other side of the alpha hall
It seems closer somehow, yet it has
no more accesses to the inner buildings

just one street’s distance
The alpha hall stands right before my eyes
How is that I can never get inside?


(July 30,2004)

Submitted: Thursday, March 23, 2006
Edited: Sunday, September 17, 2006

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