I Like to Watch
Syllable Poem in text and on video
I like to watch.
What can I say?
So kiss him.
In my mind it's me.
Let your long hair drape his neck.
Let his hands slide down the sides of your back,
grab your ass,
squeeze you to his crotch.
In my mind it's me.
Rub the back of his head.
Stick your tongue in his mouth,
joust with his teeth.
In my mind I see that, too.
I feel how moist it gets,
your skin, the air from your nose.
I feel it all as much,
as if I did it to you, and you to me.
Or to him.
I am he is me,
I am you are me.
It is we.
In my mind it's we.
You and him and me.
So, I don't just watch.
I do it, too.
In my mind.
My "Syllable Poems" are written exclusively with one-syllable words, which is not that hard in the English language. All the words of fundamental importance to a poet have just one syllable.
Here's my Youtube account, if you prefer going there to see this and other poems as video recitals:
Click the header to read the poem.
Give me a drink that saves my soul...
What God Are We Talking About?
My thoughts on the basic questions of theists and atheists:
If a god exists, and if so - what kind of god?
I Like to Watch
I like to watch. Don't you? This is a video poem about the pleasure of watching. I call it a syllable poem, because it's made up of one-syllable words.
When Dogs Die
Do dogs have ghosts? A video filmed poem about souls. I call it a syllable poem, because it consists of only one-syllable words. The dog's name is Max. It was still very much alive when I posted this video, but later its owner told me that's not the case anymore, sadly.
Life, That Is
What's the meaning of life? And how to find it? A video filmed poem. I call it a syllable poem, because it consists entirely of one-syllable words.
Love in the Snow
Love and death and snow. A video poem about how they relate. I call it a syllable poem, because it's written entirely with one-syllable words.
I C U
Who is watching, and who is being watched? Here's a video filmed poem of mine. I call it a letter poem, since it is made up entirely of single letters.
My Fiction Books
Science fiction novel about a quest through the universe for a perfect world. Click the image to see the book at Amazon.
Occasionally I Contemplate Murder
Thoughts on life, death, and the meaning of it all, explored by anecdotes and mythological fragments. Click the image to see the book at Amazon.
All about the peaceful Japanese martial art.
A system of jo (staff) and ken (sword) exercises for aikido students.
My paintings, drawings, photos and video art.
My writing - fiction as well as non-fiction.
What the Greek philosophers thought about the cosmos, the gods and the myths.
Myth, its psychology and archetypes.
Essays on various intriguing topics.
My reviews of film, TV, and music.
My Other Websites
Myths in general and myths of creation in particular.
Qi (also spelled chi or ki) explained, with exercises to increase it.
An encyclopedia of life energy concepts around the world.
The wisdom of Taoism and the Tao Te Ching, its primary source.
The ancient Chinese system of divination and free online reading.
Tarot card meanings in divination and a free online spread.
The complete horoscope and how to read it.
Zodiac sign astrology, explaining each sign and its meaning.
My Facebook page.
My Twitter account.
My Amazon Author page.
My YouTube account with aikido videos.
My YouTube account Aravadia, with art videos and poetry.
My Swedish website.
Click the header to get to the webpage where I present all my books in English. Click an image below to go to that book's page on Amazon.
I'm a Swedish writer
of fiction and non-fiction books in both Swedish and English. I'm also an artist
, an historian of ideas
and a 7 dan Aikikai Shihan aikido instructor
. Click the header to read my full bio.