Lumières

Solomon was still enjoying

the painting in the smoking room

a minute before drowning

 

he sunk down with the trees

the apples (pears were not ripe yet)

and flamboyant exotic flowers

 

viscous details Nature exposes

to the sun, the rain, the negligence

condition sine qua non to make us feel true

 

my hair, skin, iris

colors had once been joined

in a cold amalgam

 

decline and creation, nearing the end

some places come into blossom:

another seductive paradox

Saint Michael's Abbey, Turin (Italy)
Saint Michael’s Abbey, Turin (Italy)

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2 thoughts on “Lumières

  1. Francina January 24, 2014 / 8:16 pm

    beautiful as ever, Laura 🙂
    brava!

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