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A Numerate
by Debashish Haar
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A Numerate

Each night I pass me like an arrow:
creating an Ouija infinitum,
leaving memories like old songs.

I disintegrate and reform:
drawing transparencies of the sky,
shifting like the sand dunes,
struggling like wind lost in the canyons.

I long to be launched in rockets
to look back at our smallness.
I long to magnify distances
to feel the separation.

I iron my history, and add creases,
buttons , zips and pockets
to suit latest fashions.
I'm the trendsetter.

I create zero gravity, scratch
the ocean floor, design
company logos with nanotechnology.
I'm a moral scavenger.

I pump blood for the MNCs,
conniving with law whores
and government policies.
I'm not us, a numerate
waiting for my arrival.

Copyright© 2005, Debashish Haar

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Certainly most thought-inciting and there are some great analogies as well. Thank you for sharing this gift, Debs. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by jude forese
"I long to be launched in rockets
to look back at our smallness.
I long to magnify distances
to feel the separation."

brilliant, Debs ...
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
"a numerate waiting for my arrival" - wonderful countertension between the perceptions of our anonymity "here" and YET the knowledge that we are designed to be known, named and cherished as unique and precious in the bigger picture.

"I iron my history, and add creases,
buttons , zips and pockets
to suit latest fashions.
I'm the trendsetter." BRILLIANT!! :)) TY K xx
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Powerful offering....welcome back!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by J M
"I long to be launched in rockets
to look back at our smallness.
I long to magnify distances
to feel the separation. "

We are but a smallness in this universe a speck amongst the seas of people.. Tis is a powerful poem with many thought provoking lines of examination... To consider.

Light & peace,
Joselyn
Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath

"A Numerate"
A precise, well constructed and thought provoking write.
Enjoyable attention to detail and I appreciate the imagery also!

Thank you,
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