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Art of Life, Personal Stories, Random Roads

Poem for the roads

I can find you in the Red Hook skylines,
in the subway of Bedford Ave,
in the roads near MoMa,
in the art of the streets,
in the Chinatown I haven’t see,
in the bed of the Snoopy Gang,
in the eyes of people I meet because of you.

You are here, and Casa teaches.
I remember to myself what I ware when I was there.
Like a cloud, like a cloud I get my shape.

I take you around my nest,
like birds we laugh and move,
with control of the not-control,
the magic awareness of thoughtless minds guides us.

The madness of the crazy streets
blasts us and make us sick
and again we survive
walking together,
feeling the road
feeling the road.

like a cloud
like a cloud
we will move and fly away.

naked inside, I get lost to find my way.

The randomness of the event has its reasons.

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About mirtillosmile

The Open Nest is a collection of living utopias. Of dreams, observations, experiences reported by Mirtillosmile. Mainly focused on sustainability, intentional living, and travel, this blog also includes nonsense reflections about art and life. Mirtillosmile grew up in Italy, where she had her first approach with groups of people voluntarily gathering together to reach a goal through mutual exchange of experiences, theatrical skills and random abilities. Back in the summer 2001, while the protests at G8 in Genoa were reaching the pick, a group of early 20s students were acting on a small stage. Pollicino was being transformed in a theater story that mixed Zen spiritualism, storytelling, fantasy and the reality of war. In 2003 she had the first symptoms of nomadic syndrome meanwhile moving to Portugal. Since then, she lived in Wales, The Netherlands, and now in Brooklyn. Mirtillosmile main activities include observation, participation, sharing. She is a film-maker, a photographer, an archivist, and most of the time a normal human being.

Discussion

One thought on “Poem for the roads

  1. Its so random that I really need to see you when I am in nyc! You made a very beautiful poem 🙂 I hope your life there is just as beautiful!

    Posted by Tau | October 6, 2009, 3:34 pm

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