Miroslav Holub


Dreams - Poem by Miroslav Holub

They sap man's substance
as moon the dew.
A rope grows erect
from the crown of the head.
A black swan hatches
from a pebble.
And a flock of angels in the sky
is taking an evening class
on the skid pan.

I dream, so I dream.
I dream
that three times three is nine,
that the right-hand
rule applies;
and when the circus leaves
the trampled ground will
once more overgrow with grass.

Yes, grass.
Unequivocal grass.
Just grass.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2016

Poem Edited: Monday, February 1, 2016


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