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Rembrandt, Vieille femme lisant,1655.

 

De fil blanc

à Alban Bouquette

Cousue de haute main en altitude haute
Glycine d’héritage émois qui mangent l’ombre
En l’absence du temps où le siècle s’épuise
La vie continûment repousse les défaites

Le soleil contemple les craquèlements muets
Des micas noirs sourdement assemblés au blanc
Du quartz où la fourmi croit voir un autre monde
Creusé en souterrains où ne va pas le vent

La paume de la jeune main regrettant la
Douceur bleue des matinées dans l’herbe caresse
Ingénument les picots que l’apterus dénonce

Le long d’une lézarde où se hasarde un lierre
Au châle de grand-mère déchiré un peu
Comme un fil de Rembrandt dormant dans la poussière

Sébastien, 21 octobre 2017, Paris.

image de couverture : Rembrandt, Vieille femme lisant,1655.

I'm writing. Poems. Stories. Songs. And not so boring reviews about movies, actors and, when I get really angry, news. In the blank spaces, I'm teaching. "Littérature". In a high school. A French one. In Copenhagen. In Denmark. On Earth, in the so-called (Scientist, Priests, Painters, Bakers and Postmen but curiously no Politics) so, in the so-called Universe, on Earth, in Denmark, Copenhagen. My biography is still in progress and will be updated when required. Next time I'm considering quitting everything for a non-sense relocation project of myself in Louisiana (the American one) or writing a poem to some iconic beautiful woman who has crossed my path for just a glance and I want to make it last. In vain, it goes without saying : told you I was a poet. Here it is folks. Haw ! most of all, and not to be forgotten : All my Love. Enjoy reading (and not only me). Sébastien

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