Monthly Archives: February 2017

Silver – stanza 15

Malinov decided to look for Silver in the theater So Razor lined up a gig writing for a local Production, not writing the play, for that was Already written, if we can call it that Penned by some bartending wag … Continue reading

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Silver – stanza 14

Their death defying romance went on For hundreds and hundreds of years Until the late eighteenth century When everything went wrong; Courlain Came from out of the past, another Story, a different volume in the long history Of Silver, long … Continue reading

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Silver – stanza 13

A few weeks after her night of weird dreams Allison felt the tide of practice turn, the art Of dance flowed from her after decades Of pushing herself through the vocabulary Of motions, the thoughts and feelings That were her … Continue reading

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Silver – stanza 12

He didn’t care for crowds, less for fawning fans But the only way he could possibly identify Her was to look her in the eye, witness The infinity in her aeon-wise soul But the dives and bars offered nothing A … Continue reading

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Silver – stanza 11

Through the fifteenth century, they took Turns dying, possessing twenty year old Willful youth, took over their lives, transferred Their fortunes, amassed skills and experience And fell in love over and over again Participating in history, social changes Most decidedly … Continue reading

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Silver – stanza 10

Allison’s history was not unlike mine A lifetime spent dancing as though there Was no other way, escaping the tedium Other people call real life with the barre Repetitions of motion in a musical world Defined in repetitions of twelve … Continue reading

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Silver – stanza 9

A fascinating observation but proof of nothing Some of the world’s finest dancers started Relatively late in their youth, unless that Is evidence that this sort of thing happened Before, the tendency is to gravitate to the arts When we’re … Continue reading

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