Dreamed 1968 by Marilyn Stablein
see more of her work at marilynstablein.com
Ants steal the parchment. Rats gnaw the
wooden butter churn. In the monastery kitchen the
Tibetan cook announces the third famine in two
months. We reconsider what's edible then add weather
charts, leather laces and walking sticks to the menu.
Cupboard doors rattle their losses.
Even the ghosts are hungry. There is no peace.
Curses from twenty-nine directions
SOURCE: More Night Travels to Tibet by Marilyn Stablein, 2011, Shivastan Publishing (www.shivastan.com), "... a series of prose-poems based on actual dreams first recorded in 1968 when living and studying in the Himalayas for six years."
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