Friday, May 17, 2013

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What if I become a snail struggling to hide my body into a stony silence?
What if I become a porcupine and you can’t make love to me anymore?
What if I become a comma and fill those empty pauses?
What if I am a riverine nymph and swishing my fishy tail escape into the ocean?
 

What if Hitler’s mother had Jew connection and Osama bin Laden’s Hindu?
What if my mood stops changing like the monsoon sky?
What if I become You and I peep into your soul?
What if someday you get the strength to let me go?
 

What if I become my eyes and close it against the world?
What if the blue black night becomes me and you watch but can not see?
 
And
thoughts are a museum; pictures on a wall ...
you leave it but it never leaves you!

13 comments:

VaNdAnA ShArMa said...

Lovely and very intriguing thoughts

Mary said...

An interesting series of questions...
Many questions have no answers, but it is interesting to ponder nonetheless.

Victoria said...

I love these reflections--each question deserves consideration, but I had to chuckle at the porcupine one. I guess in a way we can make ourselves into psychological porcupines!

bonniejtoomey.com said...

Some powerful images and evocative questions - lovely. I like the interwoven personal relationship inside the bigger relationships of our world, wonderful.

deeps said...

what if one day upon waking from sleep you realize that whole your life was a dream?
life is a continues saga of ifs n buts ha?

Brian Miller said...

no, those thoughts always dance, all the questions taking their turn ont he dance floor...all the infinite possibilities...and the opening gambit where they are about us...what if i become this...will you still love me....all very real...smiles.

Ygraine said...

...such power in these heart-felt words - and I love how this flows so beautifully.
The porcupine bit made me chuckle though - I often think of myself as a psychological porcupine, as my fear of being hurt makes me appear 'prickly' at times! Haha:D

I so love this.:)

Rose said...

You have amazed me once more with your words so wonderfully woven Moon. I love it .. you leave it but it never leaves you.. vivid images ... beautiful poem :)

Dark Knight said...

Very intriguing, poignant and powerful. Raises a lot of interesting questions.

Brian Miller said...

yay! you made it this week....big smiles....

Celestial Dreamz said...

@ Brian ... haha I just couldn't resist being a part of it ... smiles and hugs.

ayala said...

A lot of important questions..intriguing write.

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