Imminent return … repeat

In a triangle cut out / between two gabled dark roofs / a cloudless sky turns its black back / the night into blue / i open my shuttered crusty windows / to the first of days / where you descend on me / feed me a purpose / a means to move / about and out of doors and gates / with shoulders squared / and a singing want.

At our lips.

What little else can i do / pay tribute to that surge / keep your house clean / lit and swept / your bed ready and full / of novel stairs to unclimb / uncluttered. / Every room willed nominal / in anticipating vacuum for you / me / us / this to enter / and yet every mote of dust / sparkles jubilant / through luminous clear shafts / caressing floorboards.

At our feet.



Collective, |kəˈlektiv|, adjective: done by people acting as a group

Guilt |gilt|, noun
The fact of having committed a specified or implied offense or crime

Guild |gild|, noun
A medieval association of craftsmen or merchants, often having considerable power.

As of September 2011, 65.8% (127) of the 193 member states of the United Nations have recognised the State of Palestine. Their total population is over 5.2 billion people, equalling 75 percent of the world’s population.
4,62 million Palestinian, including their descendants, were refugees in 2008. That number does not include those displaced internally.

Between 1941 and December 1944, the official date of closing of the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex, over 1,600 trains were organised by the German Transport Ministry. The transport/arrival timetable was of 1.5 trains per day: 50 freight cars × 50 prisoners per freight car × 1.5 trains/day × 1,066 days = 4,000,000 prisoners.