Gavin Cassens

Rookie (August 16th,1968 / Long Beach, California)

Breathing Indigo - Poem by Gavin Cassens

Love hither up the spiral
and the bell sustains it's silence
impressions on stone mark me well

left the flat land an hour ago
to have a smoke and get some sleep
walking with you while breathing indigo
wakes me inward and windows seep

painted shut over thirty years
five in one and ten in a dime
finally open and shifting the chime

halfway over yet just beginning
twice as fast as we watch the middle
living slow in full vertigo
I know what love is two

how far can distance travel
four and then five, maybe more
respite and release internal core

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 17, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, November 20, 2010


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