(15-06-1977 / Antartica)

Frankie Lost His Stupid Dog

a distant silhouette stands
while the merciless rain pitter pats
Frankie lost his stupid dog

while the merciless rain pitter pats
Frankie lost his stupid dog
a distant silhouette stands

Frankie lost his stupid dog
a distant silhouette stands
while the merciless rain pitter pats


Notes on this poem: For those whom, I sense, are rolling their eyes reading this. This poem veils for friendship (/love) and its repeated search. That the experience may occur multiple times (3 dogs perhaps) . And the gentle, casual -merciless- indifference of the world (the environment) as it continues (pitter pats) . The silhouette represents Frankies internal state, colorless spirit, distance, futile waiting & personal demise of being alone again.

by Paul Storm

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