Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch

A Poem by Einstein Noodle
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I am curious to know if the video makes a difference in the impressions you get from the poem.

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Neighborhood Watch


Scorching empty ocean floors
Like crmbling bones

A lifetime waiting as
Vapors inside the dropper

Black rubber bulb
Never touched and

One drop collects .....
I squeeze          it          out

Sands an arid sponge 
take it
dissipate
dehydrate ... 

A large heart aches and

The hood .............. 

watches and
wonders.


12/06/2017
E.

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Adults have become naughty children.. when they've finished with their toys, they throw them against a wall or take them to pieces... and that's what's happened to Human Beings versus our planet.

Human UNkind has been destroying a garden they thought would never die or, perhaps because of petty mindedmess, thought was made from cutprice plastic. Your words reinforce those of us who holds their world on par with just a few of those who work to keep its magic, its wonder.

Meantime, we're being smothered by our own disregard for everything near by and around us. We're losing our right and our place in Space Society.

More than a fine write, more than a heart that weeps..

Posted 15 Hours Ago


Einstein Noodle

4 Hours Ago

wow emma...thank you so much for your passionate response to this poem...one could not ask for more... read more
emmajoy

1 Hour Ago

Precious time indeed. Hurts me when people say 'It doesn't matter, won't be here anyway... ' Wonde.. read more
A top write Einstein. We tend to look away at these atrocities with nature’s destruction or like a helpless neighbour we just watch in our apathy.

Posted 20 Hours Ago


Einstein Noodle

4 Hours Ago

thank you andrew...how true .. i read an article a long time ago that stuck with me about large citi.. read more
This is stark and all the more wonderful for that. It is as some say despairing. Perhaps that despair changes something. This poem seems to me to say, I think not.
Excellent and thoughful, intelligent and meaningful.

Posted 1 Day Ago


Einstein Noodle

21 Hours Ago

thank you Ken for your kind words and encouragement .. i had a lot of thoughts swirling ;) thank goo.. read more
The hood, the woods, the earth, the hunted- like deer in the headlights. Earth is raped and Mean streets make a Savage Garden. Stark, graphic poem that brilliantly illustrates despair and apathy incarnate. “Dissipate, dehydrate”- yes, death happens, but nobody and nothing changes on the block. Superb write E.

Posted 2 Days Ago


Annette Pisano Higley

1 Day Ago

You are right E, tis I When I finally arrived in Florida from such a long drive! Forgive my green in.. read more
Einstein Noodle

21 Hours Ago

i kinda like 'em :)
Annette Pisano Higley

21 Hours Ago

Thanks!:):)
Such desperation and a feeling of despair runs through this piece..the hood seems to be stuck in a rut same old same old..day in.. day out....the vapors in stillness caught.. waiting for something .. anything .. better to come their way.. to break the meager and mundane.exiistance..wondering will it happen...great pen E..

Posted 2 Days Ago


Einstein Noodle

2 Days Ago

thanks so much for visiting Fran ... love your thoughts on this ... seems we just can't learn the le.. read more
  Fran Marie

1 Day Ago

+ Merry Christmas +
This could be someone who actually lived in the neighbourhood all their lives. Just watching life go by. Also got the sands of time running through it.

Posted 3 Days Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Days Ago

sure could be ..thanks so much Paul! thank you for taking time and pondering with me a little
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I read poem, checked out the picture, and watched the vid.

What I am coming up with, and I could be wrong here, is we are part of a universal family, and at the moment we are doing a very poor job in regards to managing natural resources and ourselves.

The scorched sands has an apocalyptic feel, while waiting like vapours in a dropper suggests missed opportunities. The watching and wondering seems to fit in well with this idea, as it is an excuse for doing nothing?

Great poem, big meaning!


Posted 3 Days Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Days Ago

yes to all that Karen..thank you for such a thorough and sensitive reading ..did the vid make any di.. read more
Hi You :)

Firstly, the Internet is so bad here in Copacabana I'm not even going to attempt to open that video - even if it is the Fooey's who I love so much!

So I have read this through a couple of times and coming to my own conclusions which are probably so far left of thought they are wrong. - Happens to me a lot.

Then the photo has thrown me right out into the woods of no return.

Your first t so lines caught me and held me there because for me I wouldn't have used the word ocean to go in with your descrioption. For me an ocean is not scorched unless we are talking apocalyptic - then that's a different matter. Reading through the rest of the poem I am wondering if the desert could be scorched? It seems to fit with your chosen word choices down the lines? Hmmm just a thought.

I am looking forward to the explanation here - you do like writing about the hood in one way or another X

Posted 3 Days Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Days Ago

yes...scorched scorched scorched everything ;) i am honored my dear freind of freinds that you took .. read more

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