Towards Completion 2012

              Towards Completion

 

It’s been said to young and old or old or new –

Or even you

Who have most likely thought it through.

(Yet I say it in

                           good conscience yet again):

A friend whom I love dearly, nearly

Sixty-eight,

Waiting still for inspiration

(Call it what you will)

To manifest the latent

Force of talent that is his,

Thrusting it or sneaking it

Upon a world-in-waiting

(not that it knows that it’s waiting).

Skating, as he does

Upon an ice of suds

My earnest hope is that it sud(s)denly

Reveals what has

Been there always

Or whenever First Time was

(which point of view is up to you)

Where talent, character and fate

Unite.

My friend is waiting –

Not for end but for beginning –

Maybe for a route to open.

 

As I said, it’s all been said!

But one more time (both clean and new)

To someone young, old, new – or you,

Waiting and creating go together

Like the birds of feather that they are.

Waiting is not sitting still,

Or discontinuing the will

But a station for creation:

Preparation

Towards completion.

 

Towards Completion 9.23.2012

Special People, Special Occasions; Definitely Didactic;  The Processes: Creative, Thinking, Meditative II;

Arlene Corwin

 

Giving 2008

                    Giving

When the offerer knows giving

With a consciousness of self,

It’s a suffering of sorts, however subtle.

Ends

Must emanate

From any

Other aim

Than movement stemming from

The name of

Look, I gave!

My friends are perfect:

They know how.

© Giving 8.2.2008

Definitely Didactic; I Is Always You Is We;

Nature Of & In Reality;

Arlene Corwin

 

 

 

Friendship 2009

               Friendship

We’ll keep on telling one another

“You look well today and/or

“How sweet, how kind you are!”

Even when the hair is thinning,

Lips already thinned,

Lines pinned your beauty

To the floor

Until the count of three –

Still,

We will say sincerely

“You look handsome!”

“You look lovely!”

Friendship.

© Friendship 2.1.2009

Love Relationships;

Arlene Corwin

 

Everyone Should Have A Friend 2008

     Everyone Should Have a Friend…

Everyone

Should have a friend

Who calls on birthdays.

Birthdays aren’t much, or are,

Much as the moment’s hour

You set aside

And slipped outside the womb.

There’s always room on planet earth,

Plant earth – for you to flower. Therefore,

Everyone should have a friend

As confirmation.

Yesterday you phoned.

© Everyone Should Have A Friend 11.9.2008

Birthday Book; Special People, Special Occasions;

Arlene Corwin

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