after Jean Miro
Here in this side shot: this geometric view
What a vision from every perspective in one.
This firework psychology: the sky is dreamt
And it is superficial magical and organic.
The inevitability of moon is the sun –
Paris’ judgement is ultimately judged by the masses
No one is not included –
“look, look, see how they dance”
Music blends among the bodies: they of the
Passionate reds and mandarin blues
Space for both, the starfish lovers waiting,
Just waiting to find each other.
The stone of the foundations upon which they dance
In this freest of state’s – breaking: breaking.
The ladder, Jacob’s perhaps.
Each point hovers along: or up-or-down.
Spinning, they cannot fail – laughter’s spindle
Touches all …
Music – see how the chords & sharps:-
Lick each and every ear drums charm.
The nights eternity, drinks us all in.
They cannot tire – they cannot forget
The harlequins carnival breathe
Life into all who come.
They spare their joy – the lost rules
Forgotten – they dance … on and on.
The side shot: this geometric biological
Vision from every perspective.
Jonathan Beale has many poems published in such journals as: Decanto, Penwood Review, The Screech Owl, Danse Macabre, Danse Macabre du Jour, Poetic Diversity, Voices of Israel in English, Miracle-E-zine, Voices of Hellenism Literary Journal, The Journal, Ink Sweat & Tears, Down in the Dirt, The English Chicago Review, Mad Swirl, Poetry Cornwall, Leaves of Ink, Ariadne’s Thread, Bijou Poetry Review, Calvary Cross, Deadsnakes Review, The Bitchin Kitsch, Poetry by Birkbeck alumnus, The Dawntreader, I am not a Silent Poet, Pyrokinection, Festival of Language, Festivalwriter, ‘Don’t Be Afraid: An Anthology to Seamus Heaney’, Ygdrasil, The Four Seasons Anthology, The Seventh Quarry, Van Gogh’s Ear Anthology, The Curly Mind, The Beatnik Cowboy, Dali’s LoveChild, Storm Cycle Anthology (Best of Hurricane Press 2015), Poems and Poetry, The Jawline Review, Bluepepper, Jellyfish Whispers, The Outsider, Yellow Mama, In Between Hangovers, Your One Phone Call, Red River Review, Anti Heroin Chic Dissident Voices and Red Fez. He was commended in Decanto’s and Café writers Poetry Competitions 2012. His work has appeared in such books as ‘Drowning’ (Scar publications) and ‘The Poet as Sociopath’ (Scar publications). He is currently working on his second volume.
His first collection of poetry The Destinations of Raxiera is available from Hammer & Anvil Books.
He studied philosophy at Birkbeck College London and lives in Surrey England.
DM du Jour is proud to feature Jon’s work in this, our 1700th post.