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

A teacher, a poet, a writer, an editor and a publisher, born in in Ashkelon, 1957, Israel.M.A in Hebrew literature from Bar Ilan University. Lives in Netanya, married to Moshe, mother for 5 kids and 4 grandsons. She wrote poetry and diaries from an early age. Still, destiny meant writing to her in the wake of bereavement, and she started writing when her brother Tuvia was killed in 1974 in an accident during his military service. Her poems were published in an anthology in 1980. In 2000, she published her first novel, about the infatuation of a married woman on the Internet. In 2002 her second novel was published, and later poetry and children’s books were published over the years. In 2009, she founded a publishing house called “Pyutit” that specializes in publishing poetry books. She wrote 17 books herself and edited over 140 books, poetry, and prose.
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