A Truckload Of Rocks - Poem by RIC S. BASTASA

i close my eyes
hurt by the light
i nod my head
and ask for
more ideas
from God
i beg for more
from the storms
of my troubled
i dream of a calm sea
a raft
a fisherman
a catch
a rope a rudder
a blue sail
a seagul an island
a tower of light
a blade of grass
a ring
a truckload of rocks
a navel a while skin
an arm a butt

i want an imagination
of wingless birds
stranded in an island
a shadow
a dream of liberation
of bodies
trapping souls

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 10, 2010

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