Aram Stefanian Poems
|85.||In The Cards||10/4/2005|
|94.||The Darkest Night 2||6/8/2005|
|96.||Off The Lights||1/15/2005|
|98.||Dreamed Of You (For Kurt Cobain)||12/29/2004|
|101.||Future In The Past||1/7/2005|
|104.||My Seraphic Assassin (For Anderson Ballesteros)||5/28/2005|
|106.||5 After Midnight (A Halloween Pun)||10/25/2005|
|107.||Arm In Arm||10/26/2005|
|115.||On The Bean||1/8/2005|
|116.||High And Dry||1/7/2005|
|119.||Unable (To Our Youth)||1/15/2005|
Comments about Aram Stefanian
Angels And Demons (To Kurt Cobain) From Book: Angeles Rebeldes Y Demonios Extranjeros
I wonder what compelled you to take the Dutch act?
An O.D. on number three, thirteen or eight?
A suicidal soul gets no access to heaven, yet it's intact.
How come you really blew it by the kiss of death?
Even if sound travels slower than light,
Music can deeply penetrate into the galaxy.
SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT will put down the eternal night.
What kind of jury found us guilty of heterodoxy?
I don't subscribe to the view that demons write a tune:
They're knee-deep in own humdrum infernal chores.
It's only angels who are to misery and pain immune
Mib/Men In Black
Eric recalled seeing them after a UFO sighting
They had artificial features, looking like clones of each other
Black suits and thick soled black shoes were their clothing
Talking in gibberish and making no sense, one of them said
he was a government big brother
They warned Eric against breathing a word about the event
Then they told him they had to extract information from his head
Eric had no slightest idea what they really meant
They suspected him of being a son of heaven