Uncertain Narrative: Post ob Q 1-4

 

 

As fluttering hands weep silently,

She relents on condition,

that he not travel unaccompanied –


 

shadows seen carving

the lines of the mountains with glaciers,

protected by a wooden box,

lay next to a smaller one of tin,

a package tied with faded ribbon

cut from some forgotten heart.

Forest smiles, useful for loneliness –
first of all,

He will lead this box of sleeping lyres

and do this –
this is four of seven,

the only protector,

feathers dancing with moonlight mist.

 

 

The stranger wanted to be left alone,

so he kept moving, moving,

moving unconsciously carrying

his first valentine

as the solitary farm-house,

filled with ravens

playing fiddles merrily,

recedes into memory .

 

 

That is his so so sewing,

don’t you think;

for if a rock-star falls

alone in the woods,

does anyone sing the blues ?

 

OBSERVATIONS & COMMENTARY NOTES

Free Verse Format

 

Often silent archaeology

wish forbidden bells’ secrets –

frosty pagan puppeteers.

 

 

Byzantine roundabout body

diffidently drains year –

trail calls bones again .

  

Pamphlet addition paints

illuminated STOP –

a field kitchen cockatoo denouement.

 

 

Defective foot fallacy- orange

denotation constructing emotional appeal –

at the bottom of the paper pool

the Weary Detective pens slogans.

 

In nearby Eindhoven,

Never miss………………. the movement

Cycle the Van Gogh

 

This  piece of Broken Folklore includes a Dadaist Fairy Tale Analysis, and accompanying Asemic Collage Illustrations. Any resemblance between the characters/events in this tale and any persons, living or likewise, is an archetypal synchronicity . Please refrain from leaving any significance & empty popcorn containers under your seat.

 

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