I Don’t Like to Keep You Waiting

Cold summer, blow the winds from north blow warm, rustle up a drying leaf or two, let the embroidered curtains unwind - my lover is in wait. Cold summer, let the flies buzz and the birds chirp, let the musicians tune their instruments - my lover is in wait. Cold summer, let the spade fall… Continue reading I Don’t Like to Keep You Waiting

The Lizard and the Poet

The green lizard on the cemented wall crawls near the bright yellow light that fills the room while the sunlight is away, It sticks its tongues out, traps a fly, chews on it, swallows it. Stays. The lizard wriggles its tail - contented with the newly acquired food and the bright, warm, yellow light. *****… Continue reading The Lizard and the Poet