Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Spring Therapy For Voyeurs

Seasons change. Sunshine hours increase. Temperatures rise. In response, plants grow with fervour. Racing towards an inevitable flowering. For voyeurs, this process has a decidedly therapeutic effect. Not exactly inexplicable but phenomenal. Definitely phenomenal.

Music coming from inside
joins that which flows around me
from sources in this wonderful geography
where I sit with typewriter on knee
capturing some small portion of that
which is my life today.

November 1999

1 Comments:

Blogger Mary Desmond said...

am i the only one don't it look a ickle bit like Van Gogh to anyone just a ickle, the swirls thick paint, anyway they do things they shouldn't to maquis monkeys and now we know that voyeurism has a mirror neuron just as doing it has a canonical neuron, but i don't think you mean phenomenal as apposed to empirical but if we get our black holes close enough then we might get some kinda wormhole opened, though they say Stephen Hawkin has changed his mind on this, (that don't impress me much i never understood the original theory). is it spring already down there, I SAY I SAY IS IT SPRING DOWN THERE ALREADY. ready ready read re re r.

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