La Femme






And unreasonably alone.

Woman and fate

Light and wind

But most of all


Deep and untamed

With sharp, long claws

Legs crooked

Arms burnt

with a peacock’s tail

And her back, hunched.

Words, spells, lies

Charms, amulets

The big snake with the vicious tongue

And a cat with hooded eyes

Slim and silent

For a thousand years licking her fur.

A thousand years I’ve lived alone, buried in wrecks, wandering through the ruins

of temples of the mind.

A thousand years gone, a thousand years to come and yet

you haven’t found me…

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