|Posted by Glenn Currier on 06/10/18 at 03:06 PM|
I had to re-read part one and then put them together. This seems like a dark journey deeper and deeper into the depths. It reminds me of the old Catholic hymn or psalm: De profundis clamo at te Domine. From the depths I cry to you oh Lord! It seems your poem is like that, a cry from nightmares, injury, pain, fear. Many of my dreams, I think, come from unconscious but real fears. I don't know... I'm probably getting too analytical here... just ramblings about what your piece strikes in me. Anyway John, my friend, I marvel at your language, the way the words flow together in a stream from your imagination and consciousness. It is a delight and inspiration, really, to read your work. Thank you so much. Stay alive!