Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Say Something



It could mean anything

it could say

mountains

or

river

It could be some forgotten

cursive
rendering
of original thought

It could say

This way to the dead leaf

or

I am usually invisible

It could be a parody
of Alfred Hitchcock

It could be shedding its skin

or feeling life wiggle

inside herself

& stopping to savor that







3 comments:

reading_is_dangerous said...

The snake and the picture of the snake and the poem that goes with it, them, are beautiful.

I suppose the snake thought without a word, something like : OVER THERE.

Edita said...

What could the dried leaf think seeing approaching snake?
I admire the poem.

Kristin said...

Fantastic poem and picture. I like best, "I am usually invisible."