Nothing Is Absolute, poetry by Shoshana Vegh at Spillwords.com

Nothing Is Absolute

Nothing Is Absolute

written by: Shoshana Vegh

 

Now, erase everything
We make love on the paper
You are married to me in the virtual spirit
You come when you can
Addicting me to you
And I’m addicted to you
There were some fears in the beginning
I sent you
I deleted you
Even now I’m not sure who you are

Now, erase everything
All the love you give me
You ask me to delete the words
All the signs that were between us
The whole stream was like there were no signs
You want me in all possible poses
Everything that life didn’t give you
You write on my body

Now, you will erase everything
All the storms that were between us
All your attempts to reach me
But I write
I will not stop writing
Nothing is absolute

Shoshana Vegh

Shoshana Vegh

I was born in Ashkelon Israel at 1957. I have a master degree in Hebrew literature. I had been teaching for 28 years at high school. I opened in 2009 my own publishing house that introduces new poets from Israel. I have been writing poetry since I was a teenager. My first novel was published when I was 40. I write mostly about love and also about loss. My older brother died while serving in the army and I am writing about getting to reach the unreachable.
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