By Peycho Kanev
I sit by the window and watch
the cars on the highway. These
metallic angels of death hit my
irises and then disappear in the
horizon. I am too far away to
feel anything, too distant. I look
at an orange on the table. So orange,
so perfect! Like nothing else in
my life. But now it’s getting darker.
The sun sinks behind the hills.
And I am thinking of some knife
to break the perfection of this orange,
but it rolls on the table with all
its orangeness and falls on the
floor, and I am too numb even
Peycho Kanev is the Editor-In-Chief of Kanev Books. His poems have appeared in more than 600 literary magazines, such as: Poetry Quarterly, Evergreen Review, Hawaii Review, The Monarch Review, The Coachella Review, DMQ Review, The Cleveland Review, In Posse Review, Mascara Literary Review and many others. Peycho Kanev has won several European awards for his poetry and he is nominated for the Pushcart Award and Best of the Net. His poetry collection Bone Silence was released in September 2010 by Desperanto Publishing Group. A new collection of his poetry, titled Requiem for One Night, will be published by Desperanto Publishing Group in 2012.