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Einstein Weeps (2002 Repost)
by Amor Sabor

Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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artwork "Balboa Beach" by Amor Sabor
watercolor 1998

"Einstein Weeps"

I wanted to speak to Einstein about you
And discuss the ultimate varathane topics
That I usually throw in for sentimental value
Just in the overt chance of redundancy
When you walked into the drawing room
And commented on the exhaust fumes
Emitting from the virginous underwater lilies
I found it to be redeeming that you cared
But emotions aside there would be no party
Not in your honor and not in your lifetime
Einsteinís choice beef was that I let it go
At least for the upcoming temporary holidays
I was resigned to drink marshmallow coffee
And obey the effects of a lustful Chinese tea
Laced with ancient remedies in chapstick form
Einstein weeps and there is no understanding
But only because no one else cares to read
The sightless have more things in common
And the immune response was devastating
I proposed a melding of the two similar issues
But you rejected it with the usual gray clouds
I turned to interject a catastrophic comment
And you slept in pink circles in spite of it all
Einstein has a way of recovering the spring
And smoking the afternoon with subtle apathy
My parakeet leans towards the setting sun
And I hold out for that last remaining hope
Because I honestly know what you do not
And there will be no consequence to rainfall
October harbors a few augmented evenings
And that shall give me sufficient time to think
Einstein weeps to commemorate the moment
And his superficial girlfriends leave clueless
Wearing their onionskin paper doll dresses
Headed to a watermelon colored firestorm

© 2001 Amor Sabor

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Reviewed by Kate Burnside 12/29/2007
This makes my kinda sense, somehow... but then, I have always been somewhat of an Alice figure. Slightly Richard Brautigan, too... unless it's just the mention of the watermelon! A very sophisticated shape-up of, for me, 70s post-psychedelia (I was born just too late for the real McCoy!) which has the same deep-seated resonance of a Dali. More of this stuff, please... not that I don't appreciate your "straighter" romance! Happy New Year, Amor! Love, Kate xx
Reviewed by Saberi Roy 12/28/2007
I like the way you discuss Einstein 'relatively' without directly bringing the theory of relativity. really very uniquely woven, enjoyed your mind process for this one Amor....Season's greetings!
Reviewed by jude forese 12/27/2007
excellent work, Amor ...
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 12/27/2007
I see we both got restlessness and sadness for Christmas! Passionate people have great passion for all things and really are not of this world, we can't really live here, we just exist here. SC
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/27/2007
Almost surreal both poem and art, beautifully done Amor!I sense thought of your being tired of being misunderstood, and having your parade rained upon;-)

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/27/2007
Well written..I like the art!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 12/27/2007
Wonderful writing,enjoyed very much..stay safe and well..Hugss..Happy New year
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 12/26/2007
Interesting and lovely pictures you paint for the mind's eye to see....

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Charlie 12/26/2007
Here are images that pop in and out of my mind without ever settling there-- Surreal, like a dream weaving unmeaningful things together that you already "know", and making them stick there as if it meant something so important, that you should remember-- if only you could remember-- but dream colors melt into day, as firestorms fade into watermelon shades... Of course, maybe it all does mean something-- do you know? --Charlie
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/26/2007
Another Masterpiece from the WordMaster himself, Amor! Very well penned; bravo!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 12/26/2007
hahahaha... okay...what was in that gravy?
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/26/2007
Amor,

A surreal feel to this...hectic images painted briefly, to be replaced with others just as important...a visual masterpiece you've painted in abstract lines. Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Axilea MU 12/26/2007
Mysterious and surreal. Made of images that seem so close until they suddenly fly away and become unreachable for the reader's mind.

Interesting imaginative work.

Axilea
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 12/26/2007
Excellent writing Amor
Love the art..
Have a Prosperous, Great 2008
Ron
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 12/26/2007
well done, graphic and words



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