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Tonight I determined

That I am not human

Not authentic

Just a weird sort of

Poetry bot

Producing text for

Readers that might not

Exist

But being Webspiders

Or Bot readers

Then I fell

Into a dreamless sleep pattern

Not awaken until

I became a stock market program trader

On Disasters

Disasters can appear in many ways

The can be big colorful and fragrant or

Small creeping and discrete

Somehow going under the radar

Until they hit you hard in the head

Like now, we don’t notice until

It is too late and the scream of the dying

Wakes us up in the middle of the night

Turning

The night turns into day

Having a hard time breathing

Waking up, changing position

Falling asleep again

Time passes quickly too quickly

Wild dreams all night

Outside the eternal white

Summer light

Love at Night

I can sometimes

Silence my needs and desires

Making a cloud of anxiety go away

Meeting the darkness in the light

With earth and flowers

From time to time

Love us

Among the Wolfs

Being tired

missing sleeping

Night after night

Waking up

For three hours

To contemplate all the things

That should have been done long time ago

Before sleeping

Watching movies or

Listening to endless podcast

The price for an hour of sleep

Is high, precious gift

When a pill can cure it all

Yes why not

What a pathetic

Conundrum

Grief

Sleepless

Keeping the mind awake

With meaningless rants

About this and that

I lost it all and still I am here

Ambiguity

The morning always breaks

In the middle of night in May

Collapsing the sense of day

Creating ambiguity about

The eternal order of the south

Where every night is dark as coal

Cold Light

The nights here in the north

Are short and brief

Quickly moving creatures

Almost invisible

Creating a blue skylight

Mixing memories and desires

Waking up the dead or long gone

Emotions

Circular Lope

Midnight is a bad time

For reflection

It is late and the mind

Moves in circles

But in that chaos

There are only one

Thing sticking

Do not lose your self