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Houses Analysis

Author: poem of A.S.J. Tessimond Type: poem Views: 5

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People who are afraid of themselves

Multiply themselves into families

And so divide themselves

And so become less afraid.

People who might have to go out

Into clanging strangers' laughter,

Crowd under roofs, make compacts

To no more than smile at each other.

People who might meet their own faces

Or surprise their own voices in doorways

Build themselves rooms without mirrors

And live between walls without echoes.

People who might meet other faces

And unknown voices round corners

Build themselves rooms all mirrors

And live between walls all echoes.

People who are afraid to go naked

Clothe themselves in families, houses,

But are still afraid of death

Because death one day will undress them.

Submitted by Stephen Fryer


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