It's long since, so I thought I will fly my home to you:
winged friend, you don't stop by anymore here on lissome nights?
Oh what air-traffic,
these jumbo cars with crane legs
that even hopping seem to crawl;
Two towers have crashed ahead and a vortex is rising in the desert:
Did you not receive my messages? I typed them in into the aether.
And space, oh this messy jumble
that is enmeshed with time,
will not warp now,
No easy looping through. No beaming past. And no word from you,
but Heavenly Times hasn't reported you missing, yet.
I have time on my hands. Let me check
for all those timelines where
I won't see you again.
I need a quill and papyrus. Soot I have, plenty to ink. Quill and
papyrus: Winged friend, a feather and some spring will do.
Inspired from a neo-surrealist painting by Muharrem Acar https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1119502091400385&set;=gm.547496795392735&type;=1&theater;
The poem admits as usual of multiple perspectives, with the simplest one being of longing. There's also the theme of peace that eludes our world.