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Guest Poet Eric Tang



Sunday Morning

Itís the loose grooves
slow fingers, gently
sinking even further
into sleep, swaying
soft rain drumming against
a window pane, with no feeling
to go, we stay in bed.
Stuck in candlelight, warm breath
stirring in musty air
and reflections from
a muted TV in the corner
playing background music
of a violent and lonely world outside.
Thereís no need to rush
we can go together
with fingers that touch the word...
forever.
We can go anywhere.


April, 1999


Eric Tang's Questions:

This is one of my few happy poems. I like it a lot, but, the last 5 lines bother me. I don't know, it seems like they just don't fit for some reason, not exactly the meaning but the language used. Let me know what you think.






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