Monday, June 5, 2017

Dead Man (1995)

Dead Man is a poem.

A monochrome poem,
of still rivers
and barren hope,
flowing through encrusted veins.

Where cowboys and indians,
bullets and arrows,
stomp the beat
of a steam engine train.

Bony letters
spell out the ending.
Acting surprised,
is all in vain.

But a poem read twice
reveals new merit,
so maybe this film,
is a dead man's refrain.


1 comment:

  1. We can see some similarity with a realistic world in this work. Its main goal is to show the inner shocks and the concerns of a person before his death.