Joseph Narusiewicz

(9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Gnomes of Oregon


I await euphoria in blue centuries
Paths lead us to the crystal fountains
Copernicus on a golden wheel of clouds
Find the melody of life in the mountains
You are springs of June Aphrodite
Freedom is the bliss of the stars

The last time I seen you we hugged
My father loved me deeply
The rain blows in the raging wind
Love seems like starships leaving
Sometimes healing shadows the moon
You come to me with the words of a muse
I hear the wind in the plum trees
She puts her feet on my lap

I am ready to meet new wild dreams
She walks into the room like a fire
Proteus and the gods rise from oak floors
I see the islands like blue magic
Fog as beautiful as butterflies
Stones in the stream shine like emeralds
My beads and dream catcher awake

The moment kisses Paris
My guitar loves You like Hendrix
I'm going to feel bracelets of turquoise
Morning sun is a star of hope
Pizzicato strings and Dvorak
Aspen roads
The sea of the seventh seal
Her hands like blue birds
The gnomes of Oregon dance

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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