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Nijinsky (poem)

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The inner vessel has sheer walls of white
interleaving feelings complexify in light

The universe of knowledge needs powerful muscles
lovely thoughts are floating etheric corpuscles

I treasure them and feed them on subtle energies
the cobweb thin candy-­floss crystallises reveries

Eon-­rich histories are just a lump of coal
spoor and accretion of memory down a hole

hermetically sealed my furnace burns away
sometimes the fierce heat too much for assay

A crackle­-glaze encrusts – my word­s answer
hard yet still flexing like a dancer


Written by Luke Dunn

November 13, 2017 at 7:48 am

Posted in Poems

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