Monday, December 7, 2009


Odysseus outsmarts Polyphemus the Cyclops by getting him drunk
(All for a good cause! - Hooray!)

(For whose cause!)

Anything new to say? change from jaded, jokes...
Thought not...challenge?
Stitch up that belching hole, rubber-lipped,
Kisser of whores...

Maureen Walsh 2009 ©


N. meets S.
Karma Sutra 69

On a cloudful of dreams... mattressed,
Lusting, melting, merging momentarily...lovers.

In a swampful of disappointment... sucked dry,
Starving, illiciting, ignoring instantly...strangers.

Sutra Karma 69
S. meets N

Maureen Walsh 2009 ©
Maureen Walsh December 6th 2009
( Sleeping and Flying Collection)

Whirlwind of Lovers - Wiliam Blake - llustration for Dante's Inferno

To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour.

(Wiliam Blake (1757-1827) lst Stanza from 'Auguries of Innocence')

Odysseus moved by the fate of his companions, begs Circe to restore them to their original form

Ciao for now!


Caitriona said...

and all we wish for... all the human heart aches for... is to love and be loved... and yet, in hurt, we shrivel up and shrink our heart, shrink our love... bitter... and yet to love, is to create more love, it is endless, it doesn't disappear it just sits in our chest, getting heavier and heavier... until a trigger helps us to cry, unashamedly, unbashfully, embracing the entire sadness, vomiting it up... knowing, feeling, soothed.... surely... that more love will be given... unashamedly, with courage, with gusto, because that's who we are.

Maureen Walsh said...

Funny old thing ... 'love'! It just kinda gets you when your back is turned... when your defences are down.