Thursday, April 11, 2013

The Resurrection; Phase 10

Fly Geyser in Neveda
I dedicate The Geometry of Loneliness to a very special person, for whom I dedicated a series before the previous year, titled “The Unsaid”, the well of my constant inspiration and courage.

The impetus to write these i-pomes came from my students, all of them. Therefore, I express my sincere gratitude to all my students who were always excited about my stories and poems and who support me in Facebook. I don’t think they still realize how wonderful a bunch of kids they are.

I do not know if the poems are good. Do I still have my shot, even after all these days of no poetry and only prose? As I said earlier, I did not write these poems anew, these poems were always there on my soul—along with the agonies, pain, the feeling of loss and hope in the journey—written by the same Hand that had created the Road.
Image Courtesy: Google

I travel again, sure of one thing—resurrection.    

This winds up here.

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