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The man who is coming

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The man who is coming

***(The man who is coming)

A dissonant clamor of colorful voices
equal pebbles, days equal 
like some rust crumble out of the eyes.
It is late to change myself and
I am the same again – with the essence 
of an oak and a rose.
Dissolved in the heavens and with immovable shape of a heart.
A movement of light, before the Angel comes by your house.
On the island a hand with a cresset lit weighs.
/o, Nietzsche – a symbol of free will,
your road has cut off/,
and how much does the Hawaii weigh and the frames of the madwoman
a hand – an endless feast of deep tints
(why hasn’t Van Gogh been born yet?)
On that island I’d like the feast to be...

The man who is coming is whistling 
lightly ... 

Copyright © Bozhidar Pangelov

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  1. Date: 3/3/2011 10:37:00 AM
    I am enjoying reading the many diverse poems written by the many wonderful poets writing and sharing here at PoetrySoup today. I am happy that yours was among the ones I had the pleasure to read Bohidar. Love, Carol