Jonathan Galassi

Seattle, Washington
Jonathan Galassi
Seattle, Washington
Explore Poems GO!

Middle-Aged

Rating: 3.0
He was middle-aged which
means that the mixture of
death and life in him was
still undetermined. And
all of a sudden he took
an unwarranted turn—impul-
sive, convulsive. As in
those nineteenth-century
plays where the roof gets
blown off the convention-
al house and the audience
Read More
READ THIS POEM IN OTHER LANGUAGES
COMMENTS
Liliana ~el 09 February 2014
Very interesting Wondering about life, trying to make sense of it Not sure what you want, yet feeling a lack of something
0 1 Reply
Savita Tyagi 09 February 2013
We all like to believe that time of life gone by was not theatrical or a dream but that is the strongest impression left to wonder about. This poem felt strange in reading yet left an impression.
1 1 Reply
Gajanan Mishra 09 February 2012
This is very good. it touches me. congratulation.
0 1 Reply
Thaddeus Thierisch 11 January 2012
the mixture of death and life in him was still undetermined. Brilliant!
0 1 Reply

Delivering Poems Around The World

Poems are the property of their respective owners. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge...

5/7/2021 4:32:36 PM # 1.0.0.577