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Terézia Klasová


Atonal


Atonal dream
• I encountered you in a dream
and frozen with a stare which
stripped shape off memories
you also turned one
at that very instant
the meeting point of pupils
expanded
and their darkness filled firstly
a pond, later a lake
for us to jump into and swim
between reflections thrown
onto two floating bodies
glistening with vitreous humor of eyes
into which I can't see
by night, instead
I invent the depth of their stare.
…since…

We haven't talked for days if
this is a separation
I'm glad
almost
one of us
is
happy can be
fulfilled
by days not polluted
by sleep
we lacked.

Each body vibrates in
its own frequency unless
they complement each
is the multiple of the other
the resonance doesn't occur
about it
we can't talk

Bodies shake with
(window) pain(s)
raindrops as pearls
bejeweled crowd
of wedding guests

We haven't talked for days
which left dreams space
a lot

I planned to fall in love
with a composer
with oval fingernails and
string set tight so that
only I
can loosen it
but failed. Some body
already came.

Unless they complement each
is the multiple of the other
the resonance doesn't occur
we make
music
atonal


I slept last night.

Submitted: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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