Sunday, November 11, 2012

paradise from hell

Well, I'm off to Hawaii tomorrow and I wanted to leave you guys with a poem. I dont usually do that but I hope you enjoy all the same:

(4:00 PM 08-21-11 BROOKLYN)

Planets are set on their side by means of unimaginable impacts back in time.
The sky is full of mystery which we exist for and dwell upon.
And here in our oasis we live, love, kill and die. Pushing ever towards our mystifying
And in that paradise we step with our misguided graces. As people we move so fast.

The Cosmos is rich and full of particles which run on their own rules. They move through us 
always, even now as you read. 
We are of particle dispersment through the ages.
Gravity helps in this process over the envelope of time.
It is a folded envelope with particles from the beginning of these exquisite dramas.

From macroscopic to microscopic we flow in spite of ourselves in this expansive and
ironically constrictive eddy.
In this burbling river of time and coincidences we wander.

Enjoy your convex nature until you burst.




Anonymous said...

I hope you are enjoying Hawaii. I hear it's beautiful out there this time of year. The bust collection is super-beautiful. It is some of your best work ever. Coming from me, that might actually mean something...

See you in the NW.

~Felix Mandrova

Unknown said...

Ahhh Felix! Long time no viddy mate.
I just finished 12 hours of flying but I am safely home. Tired but home.
I miss you old friend.