Oh me!

We are so small between the stars & so large against the sky. and lost in subway croud, I try to catch your eye …..

The man who sings hallelujah


The man who sings hallelujah
on the cobbled street in corn market,
does he know?
That his words ride the breeze
and enter the pasty shop,
tiptoe on the book shelf,
smell a dark chocolate,
laugh in the lovers’ ear,
repent on the church altar,
then swing around the coffee machine
before piercing my heart?
Chocking my neck,
overwhelming me, part by part?

This piece was inspired by a man playing/singing  you-know-what in Corn Market Street in Oxford. It was dusk and a slight breeze was present. I was sitting in the courtyard of ‘Church at North Gate’ with Shveta and having a flavoured coffee.To listen to the original song, click here . This is Rufus wainwright. Original is by Leonard Cohen.

posted under Emotion, English, Oxford
One Comment to

“The man who sings hallelujah”

  1. On December 5th, 2009 at 4:48 pm Shveta Luthra Mathur Says:

    Hello brother-in-law, this is gorgeous! I’m very impressed! Do keep sending me such links whenever you write


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