Posts Tagged ‘Poets in love’

Travelling Expenses

May 4, 2012

Editor:  But as we re-join our actor/hero Paul Eenhoorn for the drive home… 

…His Travails Are Not Yet Over

 
Under the lid.

Driving home after a wrap, time with Ernie and Tonya,
It’s silent under the lid, the wall beckons to me, end it.
Concrete steel and speed, should do it.
… I make it out, alive, into the silent cool rain washed newness of a Seattle night.
I think of your hands, how I know them,
I think of your voice and how it soothes this pain I carry.
I think of your long beautiful legs, how the moonlight reflected off your skin.
I feel my thumb on that spot on your foot that relieved the pain of being who you are,
Bringing you close to me.
I hear that small silent sigh in my ear when you first felt us.
I experience the desolation of my life without you.
Concrete steel and speed, should do it.
Still I wait.
Copyright Paul Eenhoorn 2012

 
Photo from The Divine Marigolds TV Pilot shoot, by Carl Nelson

A Poet’s Lives with Lyn Coffin

February 9, 2011

Love Affairs!

 

When Poets fall in love the Universe responds.  And they often need “help!”  In this first discussion, fellow playwright Len Goodisman offers some advice:    (About 1 minute)

Len Tries to Offer Some Sound Reasonable Advice

Love communications between Poets can become quiet intricate also:    (About 2 minutes)

She is NOT discussing here, what you think she might be discussing.

Photo by Carl Nelson


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