Monday, July 6, 2009

A Poem Suggested by Umberto Eco That is Not about Milan Kundera [July 6th | 156/365]

The eighty legs the size of future's towers all moving through the city crumbling beneath it, the mouths, eyes, wings and mandibles, the beast screamed: I bring a horrible tranquility. I give you the love you have never known. There is nothing and then there is my peace. Love me! Love me! Love me!

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