Alexander Shaumyan

Rookie - 178 Points (July 12,1962 / Moscow, Russia)

Period Doubling Route To Chaos - Poem by Alexander Shaumyan

It starts somewhere at x and moves to y,
Zigzagging like a random, fleeting z,
While in my heart it seems to multiply
And run away toward infinity.
It starts like some equation in a dream
That sums up all the things I feel in me-
This sky, this night, this moon-all somehow seem
To resonate in perfect symmetry.
This nightclub, where I come to spend my time
And contemplate the female form disrobed
Before the cheering throng of horny guys,
Where I still find a certain glimpse of hope-
A random spark that fuels my fantasy...
And when it's over, all the drunks return
To their dull and unfulfilling lives,
Yet in my mind and heart it twists and turns-
That random switch that's keeping me alive.

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  • (8/24/2005 3:51:00 PM)


    This is pretty darn good, Alexander. You have a very honest style. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 24, 2005



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