Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Among the Ordinary There is Something that Stands Out






































“Femme assise dans un fauteuil (Jacqueline)” (Woman sitting in an armchair (Jacqueline)) by Pablo Picasso (1962)


Liars cause too much stress and havoc to be forgiven too easily
What’s the need for lying
What’s the need for cheating
What’s the need for screaming
There is no need for question marks where questioning is obvious
Apply an appropriate analysis
Truth is an interpretation
Speak no more of the silence where confrontations are already sprung
From bounded seas the sailor suffocates in the midst of the liar
In full force the liar is flung

Across the seas
Over the trees
And under the gloomy dead grey sky
The dirt will swallow every single fiber of the liar
Who is worthless
Is weird
Is rubbish
Is trash
Mothers will punish their children where pain is due
There is no discrimination in a lesson taught for good

For the earth has never tolerated a thief who steals the truth
The heavens are constantly protesting the sins of man
The sky is a lava lamp
The sky is vast and vicious
The sky is an ocean flipped backwards
On its head
The sky will choke on the doom of mankind and wash away the sins of man
Like men have washed their hands
The sky is waiting to erupt
And the liar is fuel for her explosion