Post by thepoetslizard on Oct 10, 2008 15:53:02 GMT 2
Doris Trinidad has worked for The Manila Times, Focus, Times Journal, and Woman's Home Companion. Her books include two collections of essays, Looking Glass (New Day 1991) and Permutations of Love (Anvil 1996). She lives in Manila.
Something happens to space when you enter Lines bend Planes ripple Angles become kind When the air holds you stunned microns whir a dervish dance collide in startled circuit alter the lambency of light
Something happens to time A dropped beat aeon unretrieved Something somewhat sings Bells, brook, blood I think all three There are sunderings and reconnectings and flutesounds in the inner ear
Something happens when a void implodes by your entering