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Hi all!   For today, a little poetry. It's been a long time since I published an article with my writings, and I missed it! I really like poetry, including that of Jacques Prevert and Emily Dickinson. I like their free poems, poems that don't necessarily rhyme, that don't follow models. Although I also like the more structured poetry of Baudelaire or Hugo, for example, I prefer to write-at least poetry-in a fluid way, without worrying about rhymes or punctuation. This way of writing allows me to talk about the little moments of life, small thoughts on the latter. Poetry is a way for me to talk about the details. Novels are for long intrigues, poetry is for the little things of life.  

   

Not a breath not a hand that does not stretch a word so as not to fly the bird of the late mornings the bird of day and water {Zoe Jeyachandra} * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *  
There are things
that seem
Without being noticed
Do everything they can
To be of these
Details that we don't see
That looking at the world
attentively {Zoe Jeyachandra}
And the wind in the hair the grey and bluish mass of the clouds that move so fast and yet the sky remains and the feeling of being ridiculously small and yet unique in a universe where the limits exist by their absence {Zoe Jeyachandra}
Winter
This cold scent that wraps
That gently takes
The hands
Before falling asleep
CalMed by a non-existent sun
and purring
Of the Stars

{Zoe Jeyachandra} * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Just being able to remember the words snakes word music words time and words trees have in a corner of his memory all the words palettes of days

{Zoe Jeyachandra} * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Zoe Jeyachandra © The words resonate differently or more exactly the words differ they twist themselves disguising it all for ever be pronounced in the same way once. {Zoe Jeyachandra}

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