Pablo Picasso – Two Women Running on the Beach

the world
the world spins
and i

i can’t
i can’t focus

i am sorry
is that what
a sin

a see Stein

does she stares
at what
i think it’s me

i see Elsa
my Göttin

my past
and future
we are entwined

i feel Elsa
i am her

  1. nelle said:

    Made me smile with this one. Embrace your inner goddess, and remember where she lives.

    • Nanda said:

      Thank you! And I’m trying to do that! 😉

    • Nanda said:

      Thank you!
      I tried to leave a comment on your blog, but I think blogger doesn’t like me that much. It requested me so many thing that I gave up! 😦

  2. Parissa said:

    Thanks for letting me know Nanda. I
    also post part of my poems on our ModPo Facebook page! 🙂 It’s a great group and I’m glad you joined. 🙂

    • Nanda said:

      Oh, I was glad to find you there too! And then I could send you my feelings about your work! 🙂

  3. Ha, Gertrude really has gotten to you hasn’t she? I forget, did you see Midnight in Paris?

    • Nanda said:

      She has! Can’t stop thinking about her and Elsa, the Baroness.
      Can you believe that I watched it as soon as it was released, but I didn’t know better about Gertrude. So, I’m afraid I didn’t payed enough attention to her. But gonna re-watch it this weekend! Let’s see what I can come up with. Thanks for the hint, anyway!

  4. Wonderful. I loved the repetition of I in I I can’t I can’t focus; the staggering feeling of movement it gives.

    • Nanda said:

      Than you, Elizabeth! 😉

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