Beckett Said

Beckett said:
It seems to me
All language
Is an excess
In language.

I often think of this
When we fight,
Having long since
Stopped listening to the shouts
And the pleading;
Both yours and mine.
And even when I see you smash
A glass against the wall
And your mouth is forming
What must be treacherous words,
I think,
When did she
Learn so much
About Beckett?

And then the house gets quiet.
So quiet
You would think
A child had died.

Matt Hall just walked in off the internet. No appointment.

Published On: July 26, 2007
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Volume 4, Issue 09
July 26, 2007

beckett said
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