Thursday, August 31, 2006

The Lost Art of Listening

The Lost Art of Listening

The Lost Art of Listening (1999)

You seem uninterested. I probably need to focus. Better get to the point. Ask me a question. Can you read my non-verbals?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Conch Shell

Popsicles hanging from the auricle
Drum prophesies on ossicles

Whose wavy hairs filigree the cochlea
Decoding spirals along semicircular canals

Until hieroglyphics from waves
Spinning give the earth vertigo.

Listen to these thousand grains of sand
And beware your beating heart

For Triton's ancient command
Will turn all auditors to stone.

[Disposable Poem September 1, 2006]

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