Monday, November 26, 2007

The Right Moment

Can I reveal to you my gestures
through this writing.

I want to show you my hand,
As it rests now in my lap,
Fingers softly curled,
Upturned like a cup.

As the other makes these shapes
Which I will later tap tap type
with two stiff fingers.

Read them now and retrace
That path of meaning, back
through keypad, paper, pen
hands, lap, arms

Back to the point
of its conception

Back to this moment
Which was right.

We can adjust the rest
Later.

7 comments:

solis ten said...

Brilliant writing!

Henry Long said...

An intimate guided meditation into creation. Lovely!

Amanda Joy said...

Michel and Henry.. thankyou so much.. so great to see both of your art and poetry in here also..

x

Victoria Fotios said...

i finally sorted myself out an got over here... i am very glad I did.. it is lovely to see your writing here.

much love

V

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Love it! I like the slant rhymes and echoes, and the way it moves.

Btw, ha ha, glad you too type with two fingers!

Paul said...

Where have you gone to Amanda Joy? I miss you.

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