Poems by George Onsy

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Poems by George Onsy

 

 

WHEN I LEAVE THIS WORLD SHALL I LOOK BACK? – 1

 

When I leave this world

Shall I look back

To see and touch

A fleshy blend

Called ‘my body’?

It used to have

Two legs to dance

Two arms to hug

But to fly, no wings,

Until I’d finally melt

Into your warm loving being,

O dreaming body sculptor,

King of Kings.

 

George Onsy ©2016

With a detail of my painting

 

 

 

WHEN I LEAVE THIS WORLD SHALL I LOOK BACK? – 2

 

When I leave this world

Shall I look back

To my wingless structure

That so wished to fly?

They told me that

In order to fly

First, I must die

But I finally could make it

Since I started to

Send you a praising kiss

With every sigh.

 

Geoge Onsy ©2016

With a detail of my painting: Flying Souls

 

 

 

WHEN I LEAVE THIS WORLD SHALL I LOOK BACK? – 3

 

When I leave this world

Shall I look back

Trying to plan

My flesh landscape differently,

Placing rivers of pleasure

Within solid banks of chastity,

Green valleys of meditation

Around volcanos of desire,

There,

I would tell my dethroned soul

To reign again

With your Kingdom’s

Eternal winds.

 

George Onsy ©2016

With my painting: A Body-Soul Dialogue

 

 

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