alexandre arnau

Rookie (9.26.72 -? / new york city)

Something About Nothing - Poem by alexandre arnau

talking my hands
in circles
too wrung out
to burn a straight line

in a cellar
full of old plumbing
the flow goes nowhere
flooding out
to anyone
who'll listen

in this room
with no angles
i burn my head
for the memory
of sensation

a dream
creeps fearfully
and plants
a seed

washed out
at my feet
a child

a wonderful thing
she brings

the fragile

of the


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 20, 2005

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