Medea Kali Poems
|2.||Thoughts Of Black||3/19/2007|
|4.||Ode On A Summer Night||6/18/2007|
|5.||Poor Imitation Of Lord Byron's Fayre Thee Well||7/29/2007|
|6.||Thoughts At 4: 45||2/5/2008|
|13.||I Have Loved||6/16/2010|
|14.||On The Death Of Mohammed||10/16/2007|
|15.||Memories To Sell||6/11/2007|
|16.||Virtues Of Alcohol||8/26/2007|
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Tell Gaza I love her
Though I cannot be with her
And my tears fall; shameful streams,
As I watch shadows engulf her beauty
Darkness hides her light
Her mothers weep and her children die
God in heaven, I cried! I said you are not there
To guard my love from the viciousness
Of those who dwell in her heart
And those filled with envy from us…
They covet our love for her
Why do they want to be with her?
I long for the touch, the smell of Gaza
I feel it, I breathe it
And I sing her songs of love and imagine myself in her
And they want ...
Looking down from the roof-top of the same place
Cars, shouts, fights, decaying trees...
Nothing's changed, my dear
It is the second year and he is still singing his non tamo pius'
and i cannot escape
Sleep-deprived and still sober
I took leave of the olden days, so you know...
roaming bars and drinking the nights to the last drop.