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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Swift hummingbird. A Poem by Ray Bradbury

Hummingbird. From nationalgeographic.com

You are to me
Calligraphy of God
Whose word
Is symboled on the air for me to read,
The screed and scroll of sky unrolls to see
While everywhere you shape and form the air
Cross section clouds and winds
To circumnavigate my sight,
Only the bumblebee
And dragonfly
Ensnare my eye as you
Do swiftly write invisible words
That that one who
Intuits the heavens, first guesses the blue,
And births the great ox me
And thistle you.
All joy in a thimble,
I ask for the gist of life,
You paint a symbol,
And leave it to blow on the crystal air,
And go, and lo!
You were never there!

From Bradbury´s  book: I Live by the Invisible: New and Selected Poems. 2002


2 comments:

  1. Hermoso poema y foto, gracias Myriam!

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  2. Gracias a vos Silvia por visitar el blog! Un beso,

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