Posted: 07/24/2011 in house of change, house of love, house of music


i got high

high up on the bridge and the

water far below

away beneath my shoes

kept moving


deep and blue…

i thought about

when i thought that

falling was just a way of getting


i got high

oh every time i was with you

so now baby it’s just a long way

a long fall

to the water below my shoes

but i can’t dance

can’t go with you

where it’s so endlessly


just empty

deep and blue.

  1. ayala says:

    This is intense and really good.

  2. brian miller says:

    its not the fall but the sudden stop that hurts…smooth voice cole…

  3. lolamouse says:

    I’m hearing the deep blue blues in this one!

  4. hedgewitch says:

    Blues, what do you want with me? The circular phrases are hypnotic, and they say that after awhile, the distance starts calling you down. I think took a step and I fell into this one.

  5. dani says:

    definitely the deep blue blues…. impossible to read ~ it must be sung with a blues guitar or saxaphone the only accompaniment. i get high on your words. mmm hmmm…..

  6. David says:

    “The deep blue” seems to move on multiple levels in this poem. Mesmerizing!

  7. Doveonfire says:

    AKA Tom Eliot

    Love the tone of this poem – icy and removed – a trance induced beckoning from some where other than here.

    I really like your style.

  8. What a beautiful poem. Highs and lows dance across my mind when reading this.

  9. Reflections says:

    Love the dance of your words, yet the depth is startling. Beautiful poetry!

  10. Mama Zen says:

    Yes, this is hypnotic!

  11. Falling fast & hard…evocative & beautiful poem…loves it đŸ™‚

  12. Poignant & the way you use repetition is very resonant! Great job!

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