Treasure Island

Madrason writer

(24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

ja waar ben jij? ? ?


Uit het lood
en ademnood
wanneer zal ik springen
me door het knoopsgat
wringen
me zelf dwingen tot
de hoogste omgekeerde
sprong
oh architectuur
van zoutzuur en koud
betonnen flanken
in de schaduw van
grauw behang
Nine Eleven
ranken
schoorstenen
en zwarte Piet
uit Afghanistan
Rotterdamse
skelleton coast
in verticaal
taal gedreven
staat staal
geschreven van
de straatrand
van t leven
waar zijn de zacht
rozerode ronden
en bolle blonden
de tepels
op het groen
gebleven
zware stappen
klappende
kinderkoppen
ijzerdopp en
noppen van koude kak
of anders
in de grond
gedreven
waar is de glitter
en glans
de foute dans
het witte zijden
omfloerst met kant
verheven
Degas.....
ja waar ben jij? ? ?



madrason 25-02-2012

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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