Saturday, October 20, 2012

Refrigerator. What language does the refrigerator and poetry speak?

Language of left-overs.
Language of bits & pieces.
Language of surprise (both pleasant and otherwise).
Language of question.
Language of too much.
Language of too little.
Language of the ripe.
Language of the over-ripe.

Some refrigerators are covered with magnetic poetry. Some poems are vehicles for menus.

1 comment:

  1. no the cold does not harm the sleeping figure
    recalcitrant and adrift

    for she dreams of other lands
    far away and warmer times

    holding onto equations cast
    from porcelin shapes

    the ancient ways invade her sleep
    behold, they say, the invitation

    all matter dissolves in such a night
    and she finds no answer matters, ever