michael oliver

(13-4-1948 / swansea)

Looking at the 'Hepworth'


The unflowed marble becomes introspective
A gastrulation of its whiteness
To draw a spacial nourishment
From the occassional placed context

Recognizing of the black hair
Chinese cut curved then gone
To Moore's sketches in bronze
Intimations concatenations of passed relations

The opening through sn object
The material through the subject
This single of two minds
Now a probabiltiy seen realized

Amongst the yellow and white
Talked once and again downstairs
She is still my memory
I another person gallery passing

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Thursday, April 18, 2013

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