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Pedestrian
by Edward Lupinacci

Tuesday, May 13, 2008
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They all stared at him as they passed by
Heads aligned so auspiciously in relation to him
There he goes again talking to himself
They muttered giving their own reasons for his dementia

He watched as they went by
Perceptions! That is the root isn’t it
They govern us all

Foresight, forethought, forbearing,
My 3 F’s
And the cursed 4th   , 5th , 6th
Future, Faith, and Fate
Too many F’ing  F’s if you asked me

How did I get here
Where is here, and Why is here
do I even care anymore

Now where was I
Oh yes we were talking weren’t we
I have missed our chats so very much
not knowing how you were doing
or what you were feeling
It was sabers drenched in hemlock
Leaching away the fortitude
breaking down all relevant emotions 

But not now, because You are Here
You are as Beautiful as ever
But what’s the sadness I see 
tell me all about it
you remember just like before
when you made me feel worthwhile
knowing I could at least be an ear
I use to be able to tell
by the parchments Penned in your own hand 
I wish I could see them again
but I stole the words and the pen didn’t I?

But you’re here now so you forgive me Right?
Did I tell you, you have such pretty eyes
and how they sparkle
at least I remember the sparkle
I didn’t steal that too did I

Oh and flight wasn’t there something about flight
Yes sit down and tell me all about it
look! , look I brought a book we can read
I can watch your sensuous lips move with each phrase spoken
You read first then I will

Yes! Yes I am so glad you decide to come
Me? I have been here the whole time
Why where should I have been?

Somewhere else, the stars, the moon
There was somewhere I know it
Don’t tell me I’ll guess

Hey where did you go
Did I guess wrong

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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