quarta-feira, 13 de janeiro de 2010

Poema do dia

Freda Downie

Some Poetry

Poetry is a loose term and only
A fool would offer a definition.
Those not concerned with the form
At all usually refer to some
Beautiful manifestation or the other.

Chopin, dying in hellish foggy London,
Wrote to say he was leaving for
Paris to finish the ultimate act,
Begging Grzymala to make his room ready
And not to forget a bunch of violets
So that he would have a little poetry
Around him when he returned.

I like to think the violets were
Easily obtainable and that the poetry
Was there, on the table, breathing
Wordlesss volumes for one too tired
To turn pages while moving swiftly
Towards an inevitable incomprehensible form.

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