Another Boundary

the old men left
the young hearts boundaries
stones broke out from their roots
like a dry bread split on the knees

the dough didn’t raise anymore
under the hand stitched towel
brick dust is sifted slowly
on a spider’s nest
in the bread oven’s window

next winter will pass quickly
everything will freeze under cold chimneys
like in a dry ant mole
cut with a scythe

only in March when the earth
will germinate its fangs
the house vineyard will cry
with cold sweat in each new shoot

at Easter all great grandchildren
barely having learned to walk
will step over dandelion flowers
burning in the yard
lightly and without traces

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Categories: My Poems in 2012 | Tags: , , , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Another Boundary

  1. This is truly beautiful! Thank you.

  2. Hi there! I really enjoy your blog and have nominated you for the ” Beautiful Blogger” Award! If you decide to accept the award, please visit http://tinylessonsblog.com/2012/08/24/omg-three-awards-thank-you/
    Best, Tiny

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