Poems by Jason Kauffman
A splash. The silent
Gently crashed into each other,
Overlapping, passing through one another,
As if neither was an obstacle.
Enter the bubbles
With a soft babble,
Quietly echoing into the night
A last plea, a lost chance,
Before silence covers all sounds once more.
Lost air returning to the sky,
Whispering a last good-bye.
A tree-top stoop, with a
Beheld a mystical sight
Of resounding beauty
Many seconds down below.
A flowering form,
Stretching in all directions,
Reflecting reflected light
Up toward the stars
In perfect geometrical patterns,
Screamed in muted despair,
"Good-bye," before withering away.
A most blissful death
Biographical sketch: 25 years old and from Manheim PA
Jason Kauffman recommends:
Authur Rimbaud: Complete Works by Paul Schmidt
Reason: It is a collection of Rimbaud's works, as well as,
various letters he wrote. It is forward
and daring writing.
Recommendations for writers:
Being honest with yourself and your feelings, and being truthful
in your words. Examine all possibilties, and leave all doors wide open.
Experiment and challenge yourself