The Web Poetry Corner - Philip Claude Andermann - Catharthis
Philip Claude Andermann
Dance of black and white keys
of Beethoven piano sonata.
Ripple of resonance of synapse weight connections.
Seeming infinite mathematical complexity.
But within, memories are re-composed:
suddenly, the infinite complexities of life pruned seem much simpler.
The wind in the forest whisks away the dead leaves
as it plays the keyboards of giant sensei trees.
WE ARE ALL RELATED THROUGH ETERNITY
Music needs rests.
Life needs death.
We cannot find deepest happiness
in silence of eternal solitude.
Yet we cannot hear others without a silence
to hear our heart.
Yet we hear our heart in the song of prayer-vow for others,
and in the silence for those who passed beyond...
all of them our parents
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