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LA LA LAND THE POEM

On my notebooks from school

On my desk and the trees

On the sand on the snow

I hate this movie

On every page read

On all the white sheets

Stone blood paper or ash

I hate this movie

On the golden images

On the soldier’s weapons

On the crowns of kings

I hate this movie

On the jungle the desert

The nests and the bushes

On the echo of childhood

I hate this movie

On the wonder of nights

On the white bread of days

On the seasons engaged

I hate this movie

On all my blue rags

On the pond mildewed sun

On the lake living moon

I hate this movie

On the fields the horizon

The wings of the birds

On the windmill of shadows

I hate this movie

On each breath of the dawn

On the ships on the sea

On the mountain demented

I hate this movie

On the foam of the clouds

On the sweat of the storm

On dark insipid rain

I hate this movie

On the glittering forms

On the bells of colour

On physical truth

I hate this movie

On the wakened paths

On the opened ways

On the scattered places

I hate this movie

On the lamp that gives light

On the lamp that is drowned

On my house reunited

I hate this movie

On the bisected fruit

Of my mirror and room

On my bed’s empty shell

I hate this movie

On my dog greedy tender

On his listening ears

On his awkward paws

I hate this movie

On the sill of my door

On familiar things

On the fire’s sacred stream

I hate this movie

On all flesh that’s in tune

On the brows of my friends

On each hand that extends

I hate this movie

On the glass of surprises

On lips that attend

High over the silence

I hate this movie

On my ravaged refuges

On my fallen lighthouses

On the walls of my boredom

I hate this movie

On passionless absence

On naked solitude

On the marches of death

I hate this movie

On health that’s regained

On danger that’s past

On hope without memories

I hate this movie

By the power of the word

I regain my life

I was born to know you

And to name you

LA LA LAND

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