At the V&A

October 29, 2011

Some times the echo
between stones worn smooth by memories
brings widowed syllables,
like crumbs from the table
of people
who still enjoy a joke
while Kali dances still
safe her containment chamber

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2 Responses to “At the V&A”

  1. CatGem said

    lovely

    i’d consider taking out the “you” — it’s stronger implied

    but still lovely 🙂

  2. claudia said

    hey this made me check out their website..envious about the fine museums you’re having in london…love the widowed syllables..

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