Friday, September 08, 2006

sun today

at last the purple has become you

beauty (or define: the conditions of the aesthetic
regarding history regarding divided language)

ordinary is more strange than strange

hence, the purple

and how you used to wear that silk scarf around your neck
like a famous poet
reading aloud
singing to a mismatched piano
a room full of syllables

(you becoming what i always imagined the purple represented)

trace the moments intersecting with moments
lay these out on a chart
pinpoint each significance with a different colored pin
each point of our history

1 comment:

Renuka said...

Jill, this is lovely...