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A Dog Eternally For Whom the Finger Points
by Marvin Eli Kirsh
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
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Talk to me
Bounce a thought
see if eye bslk
to talk
while we walk
in talk

to me you 'ad a be
talking only to me ??
so I thought
when i did balk
as we did 'ave walked

what's on yout mind
as I thought
of what was on my mind
as we walked
to whom you talked
in the presence of us two
could only be among me or you
according to Websters, Encardia
Nietzsche or Liberace

I thought you were just playing

The How are you? -well
Game
With me

in four different pieces
on the invisable avenues
of your social graces
When I had gotten jeaslous of a person
who'd occupied no present spaces

where we walked
was more crowded
than Fifth Ave's New years Day Parades
and July the Forth's
quieting graces
I had thought
just exactly when
You turned for home
and parted the conversation

So they say man has a propensity for question

and they never say
he always finds an answer
if nature can't talk
sure as a dog can walk
at all the times
when
A dog didn't say he'd not only forgot the topic
and wouldn't say
he'd
no means to say anyway

cause first he'd nothing to say
and no way to say it
and I could only have replied
in that case and senerio

"Nothing is Nothing"

And
she still ain't answered my question
and Im stuck alone
in talk alone with my pet dog
at home

Anyways

Talk is something
so if I'd of wanted nothing
I'd of brought my pet dog along
on our walk
And you would have thought
that is something

Cause there'd have been
three of us
and one with nothing to say
one with no way to say it
And a curious man on a walk
with two others in the dark
avenues and places
alone
to the forces that cause him hear the wind whisper
things he no way to say
Anyways


Marvin E. Kirsh







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Reviewed by Sandie Angel 6/15/2006
Marvin:

You hsve expressed the loneliness and the extensive longings so well in this piece. This is most unusual the way you have written this piece, and I just can't express in words how much I really like this wonderfully-crafted piece.

TRULY AWESOME WORK INDEED!!!!!

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
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