Sunday, August 17, 2008

Turn your lights on

My replica is a moon-girl.
Multilingual, educated, understanding & ... on her side visible.
Her moto; "I am not looking for happiness in life
I am looking for pleasure."
Overdrinks, over-smokes, over-trusts guys who play by the rules,
on her dark side.
If I was her Armstrong,
printing my foot-shape landing from my shuttle,
I would have introduced Edisson to her invisible side.
Alas, I studied the wrong subject in Uni.


jarvenpa said...

This is very poignant, Dr. May you find all sides of the moongirl illuminated. And maybe moonlight will illumine your heart too?

LiVEwiRe said...

You know what they say about hindsight, right? Sure you learn from it all but it still sucks.

David said...

It sounds like your moon-girl has known a lot of unhappiness and has become cynical about love. I am sorry to say it, but trying to be a knight in shining armor may not be enough to save her. Perhaps you can be a friend to her, but you might want to keep looking for a woman with a more positive outlook on life.

So, how are you doing these days Dr. O? Have you been released yet from your servitude?

divar said...

let it be the way it is!

aliceinreality said...

this poem is really beautiful. the "over-x" line is really nice, as is the ending. keep writing! i am going to read through your archives.

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