Poetry, notes, and drawings by William Michaelian
Lovely gift for a blazing afternoon.Thank you William.
Thank you, too, Jonathan. I’m glad you see it this way. Your saying so is a gift in return.
What a delightful picture you have painted in my mind, William~~~
Thank you, Jan.
yes I agree totally with Jan (JFM) reading this I built in my mind a pacefull and beautiful imagine, out of the time and immortals in time
Thank you, Laura. And so the image grows, because both you and Jan read with your heart.
HysteresisSuch a narrow dead-band of understandingbetween the rise in frequency and powerand its eventual decline.The world is a mosaic picture pixellatedon the screen of our mind.The pixels dim and over time the tiny tilesfall one by one, the image blurs,the clarity goes down.So glib we were then, quoting Homerand Hemingway, referencing Blakeor Yeats or the Bible. The wisdom of the dead.But only in that narrow bandwidthbetween never having heard of them beforeand forgetting what they said.Copyright 2008 – Softwood: Seventy-eight Poems, Gary B. FitzgeraldCopyright 2010 – Ponds and Lawns: New and Collected Poems, Gary B. Fitzgerald
Beautiful. I love it, Gary. Thanks.
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