Ekphrastic Poetry, Free Lines

Ekphrastic Poetry- Van Gogh -Night Cafe

Van Gogh wanted to mix a material rainbow of colors

From primary red, yellow and blue in the sense of divine.

In the Holy Light, the love time of the flower clock discolors.

The empty glasses on the tables lack the Holy wine.

The ideal round tables assume their infinite regress,

While huddling down in a stupor the lonely men around.

Their eyes do not see the sense of life and true noblesse.

From a corner view, silent colors search for the sound.

Tables for awakening, for life and for the fate’s game.

In life, a complete circled awareness needs time.

In many forms, the epitome of tableness is the same.

It keeps a purple silence for the painted mother of thyme.

This irreconcilable demon -woman hung on the left wall

Needs that freedom engraved on the emerald green door.

The watch on her hand shows the time for a masked ball.

Destined never to meet are the parallel lines on the floor.

Love is for completing the time as pink is for the emerald green.

In the mirror, this nuance of green reflects the sadness of life.

Against the red, pink and white, in games, the cue tip can lean,

Because all the main complementary colors are at strife.

The white coat of the waiter is a symbol in the glow of the lamp.

The perspective looks somewhat downward toward the floor.

Extending to new dimensions, Eve sits or she just up to vamp.

The flowers wither and the life disappears after an endless war.

A Spring without Flowers

If you were a spring without flowers,

probably that all my trees

would be lethargic.

If you were a wind coiling without leaves,

possibly all my trees would be already fallen,

and if you were a sky without its sun,

certainly no other tree could

germinate to grow from seed.

And I could not be able to exist any longer,

for I am the forest.

But in the snowy winter that would follow,

and in the churches with empty bells,

not ringing in the frost,

God would be still existent.

But you were my springing spring,

my whispering leafing wind

and my sunny sky.

And, in the winter,

in your absence,

I did not cease to love you while

craving for the melted snow,

craving for the blossomed trees,

craving for the ringing bells…