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Spaghetti knots

a dwarf star

i may be the fire

but then again

i may just be

the wood

and this is okay

for both are needed

for warmth in

and for and with

oneself

*

the hate is always

slopping around the light

but it dries when the clarity improves

into a blue existence

where the warmth wiggles in

to greet your face

in good hellos

and the hope

that you will share it

with what remains

 

an answer an answer an answer

to love

*

you are the art

that all other artists

attempt to embody

through art

 

though your heart knows

you do not

like paint getting

on your skin

 

too hard to wash off

too colourful to want to

*

once on the mountain

there is none

but only you

now taller perhaps

with no where to land

listening to the silence

where still the stars mock

in a dead laughter

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About kacperniburski

I am searching for something in between the letters.

Discussion

2 thoughts on “a dwarf star

  1. you are the art

    that all other artists

    attempt to embody

    through art

    though your heart knows

    you do not

    like paint getting

    on your skin

    too hard to wash off

    too colourful to want to

    This is all great. The internal rhyme and the subject matter is spot on. “You do not like paint getting on your skin.” The syntax here is just a little screwed, but it works very well.

    Your poem has a hopeful tone and I appreciate that, good stuff.

    Posted by Harry | January 22, 2017, 4:01 pm

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