Thursday, August 12, 2010

late

it is done
the beginning
has begun
and so we have ended
these juxtapositions
trite
there will be more
words
for now
this will suffice
i'm not well
but there is too late
and it will be
soon

21 comments:

Brian Miller said...

interesting write...wether you read it backward or forward..

Kate said...

but there is too late

Yes.

bobbybegood1 said...

I so agree with Miller. I enjoyed reading it both frontward and backward. It might describe my newfound relationship. Nice wording. Cheers Just!!

Marla said...

You're back...or are you?

Sprite's Keeper said...

Ooh, reading it backwards is great! If you read it backwards, would it then be early or on time?

Rene/ Not The Rockefellers said...

OK... now I'm doing the whole backward forward thing and I'm gettin' all dizzy
heh

there
is
two...late

Rene

JoJo said...

I wasn't getting the backwards thing either....

Phoenix said...

This is fascinating - especially the part about "too late" coming soon. I hope that whoever you're warning gets the point - looks like you're not gonna put up with this too much longer - and that's a good thing :)

Sam Liu said...

Beautifully written, profound and poignantly felt. As Brian said, reading backwards is just as wonderful.

Georgina Dollface said...

Combined with you being away for a while, this beautiful poem also makes me sad. Hope you are doing Ok these days. - G

EcoGrrl said...

trite yes. i shall tritely kick your arse if you go another month between posts. yay for your words :)

Greenfingers said...

Soon words more kiss..

Pearl said...

Your poetry makes me a little worried for you, worried but hopeful. Whatever you're working out, we're here with you...

Pearl

8468 said...

凡事三思而行,跑得太快是會滑倒的。..................................................

Bukowski's Basement said...

'm new here... but yeah, man, the piece so so thought-provoking... Really dug it.

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8468 said...

人生有些波折,才能有些成長,所以不論順逆,凡是成長、成功的助緣,都應該心存感激。.................................................

Captain Dumbass said...

It's not Dr. Seuss, but I like it.

creative kerfuffle said...

too long between posts. you remain a troubled enigma.

Promising Poets Parking Lot said...

you write brilliant poetry,
keep it up.

:)

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