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  237.     

Loss

A teardropp in the ocean
Your mother's worst dream.
Your father's greatest loss.
For those who felled
And could never get up agian.
If the ocean were the cries for our parents.
We would have much to make up agian.
We will all lose.
We will all win.
One thing we never can have back.
Loss.
 
Hεkon Aronsen

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  238.     

Perpetual Loss

Being Jewish means to sense
perpetually the loss
of a utopia in past tense
that, like an albatross,
hangs round Jews’ necks like dreams
of future futile gains,
imaginary as the schemes
to break all present chains.

Inspired by a line in the play “Photograph 51” by Anna Ziegler, currently showing at the FDountain Theater in LA, starring Aria Alpert as Rosalind Franklin, who at King’s College, London was the first person to demonstrate by means of Xray crystallography the double helix structure of DNA, inspiring the paper of James Watson and Francis Crick that on them the Nobel Prize together with Maurice Wilkins, Franklin’s colleague. Franklin has a Jewish friend, Caspar, who works at Yale and in the play declares: “Being Jewish means perpetual loss.”

3/27/09
 
gershon hepner

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  239.     

Move

Move


Once I was in basement, was detained by mistake and the doubts of beard, politics and accents.
All were wrong but happened;
Like earthquake of Arg-e-Bam. Then I wrote a poem in Persian on paper smuggled by a friend
I wrote down part of the facts.
Regardless of pencil I wrote there; this is it “Rock and I are the same. Grounded we fell rolled.”
At a beach where you swim
When walking on the dune each step can tell you of books lost, and my notes and things wrong.
Worst is loss; steals thought.
Killing or being killed, spending what we have, last penny, can and will be healed in some way.
Loss never; it’s the wound.
 
Nassy Fesharaki

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  240.     

Temple Lusts

“Temper loss is not the end
For a man’s lust.”


I had a friend once
who claimed;
he looked forward

to his future
temple loss;

in hopes of freedom
from compulsive emotions.


Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Quotation from ‘Urge Survives The Organ’ by RM.Shanmugam Chettiar.
 
Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

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