Poem of the Week: Then I Walked Through the World by Leah Goldberg

Then I walked through the world
as though someone adored me.
Laughter unfurled through heaps of stones,
and a wind through fathomless skies.

Then I walked through the world
as though someone dreamed me fair.
Across the night abysses bloomed
and the sea’s mirrors painted my face,
as though someone were writing poems about me.

I walked, until I reached an utter stillness within:
then, it seemed, something might begin.

A million thanks to Alison McGhee as always for curating these beauties.
For more information on Annie Kantar, please click here: http://www.smartishpace.com/poet_index/?alpha=k

For more information on Leah Goldberg, please click here: http://israel.poetryinternationalweb.org/piw_cms/cms/cms_module/index.php?obj_id=3170

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