Wednesday, May 24, 2006

眼睛吃人事件

你们眼睛上的椅子在打量我
一定是。

痛说我
脸捂着手
脸颊狂奔在蛮横的眼泪
我的勇气捕杀冰冷的空气。

森森密密沉沉
空空轻轻重重
黑黑黑黑黑黑

你吃走我的重量吐给我骨头
“哐啷”
声音

拖鞋、轮椅、空气、人

“现在我们转右。”
“现在我们转左。”
“现在我们转右。”
“现在我们转左。”

是空间走向我
还是我走向空间?
是黑暗嘴嚼着我
还是我嘴嚼着黑暗?
是眼睛刺痛着我
还是我刺痛着眼睛?

“我很怕。”
“不要怕。”
“我很怕。”
“不要怕。”

残余的重量在你牙缝间打转
你剔出的残余物“叭嗒”一声摔在我脸上
重量回来了
冷冷
是泪。。。
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12 comments:

杰客 said...

What are days for?
Days are where we live
They come,they wake us
Time and time over.
They are to be happy in:
Where can we live but days?

Ah,solving that question
Bring the priest and the doctor
In their long coats
Running over the fields.
旅欧途中读你的“眼睛吃人事件”,我可以理解你写作时的心情。
送你一首Philip Larkin(1922-1985〕的小诗。希望你会喜欢。

your loongmate! said...

哪,都讲你盲了会有一番作为的啦。不过你竟然选了当诗人。对的对的,哲学家不容易,诗可以骗到人呵呵假假很哲学的样子。

博赫斯很爱看书。后来终于有间很大很大的图书馆让他管理,可是这时他却盲了。。。

是啊西西也讲新闻是永远没有下文的。你节哀顺便。

你就好啦,盲过!

陈慧思 said...

龙密,你老哥来了,这里真热闹!等下我要跟你老哥爆大锅,让他知道我才是“幸运的人”!
我选了诗,还是诗选了我呢?哈哈哈。

loongmate! said...

不好意思我先下手为强了。

ps:谢谢你的通知。

陈慧思 said...

捷克,你姓李还是姓陈?
你就好,旅欧。诗还没完是吗?

捷克 said...

捷克的Petrof钢琴是目前世界上最好的钢琴之一。不是因为它的钢骨铿锵,而是因为它的木质绝佳。音色有如天马行空,可以柔情似水,可以热情如火,可以怒涛汹涌,可以婉转吟诉,弥补弹奏者的技巧不足。
捷克的步枪和M16自动机枪,举世闻名。不是因为它的钢管耐热或瞄视仪精确,而是因为它的木制枪柄不但轻柔,而且防撞功能极佳,无与匹比。双峰塔下伤人的警棍,绝对不是捷克的温柔的棍,因为他们不卖武器给警察国家。
我到过一次,喜欢哪儿的森林公园,爱上在露天舞台载歌载舞的东欧姑娘.......
因此我喜欢你替我改名捷克。我姓在百家,不姓陈也不姓李。符号并不重要。
你问的如果是Philip Larkin的诗,哪是一首完整的诗。如果你问的是我写的,我只能告诉你,我已陷入存在的迷惘不能自拔,为沙特的主旋律所困,叫天不应,叫地不灵!还能有所作为么?谁教我像你的朋友所说的假假很哲学的样子,真是悔不当初。
现在每天提心吊胆,担心张晓卿的拖拉机开进捷克。听说他正磨锯待伐,我已准备发动全欧的树精和他拼个你死我活。决战之时请支援。

陈慧思 said...

我跟很多人一样,认识捷克,因为昆德拉先生。虽然沙特还是令我神伤,但是沙子已经钻进血液里了。生活怎么过?还不是像你小诗里说的,跑呀跑而已。快乐吗痛苦吗,至少我们都清醒了。

陈慧思 said...

钢琴和机关枪都很了不起。你懂得那么多,像是我的哲学老师。你姓卢吗?不过我老师大概不会跟我这么说话。如果你跟我friend了,我会不客气要你带捷克的木回来,在张晓卿吃完他们以前。

建傑 said...

瓦!才女記者(還是你喜歡儅美女?)的部落格不一樣就是不一樣。連留言的朋友都那麽厲害那麽學識淵博。

捷克先生(尊敬之意),你好厲害,難道你是捷克的千年树精?

陈慧思 said...

建杰,当然想当美女记者多过才女记者。告诉你,这个人真的真的很厉害,他说了,中井履轩,你听说过吗?我已经决定发动全马的书精把他揪出来(捷克,别害怕)。开始时还以为他是你呢,所以问他姓不姓李 :-)

建杰 said...

中井履轩,真是汗颜,我读的书少,不认识。

不过google了一下,中井履轩好像是日本的儒家学者:十八世紀下半葉日本大阪懷德著名儒者中井履軒(名積德,字處叔,號履軒,1732-1817)。

Owl said...

Everybody who has never been to the Czwchland and Plague loves them. The Czechs I met in Plague were perhaps the coldest of all Slavic people I have ever known. Customer service was lousy.

Perhaps these are but my bias. I just does not like Plague that become increasingly Western Europe following the influx of Western tourists and investors after 1989. You feel like it is becoming just another Western city.

(Czechs are historically heavily influenced by the Germans, their king was once one of the seven selector of the Holy Roman Emperor, it later became part of Austria-Hungary Empire.)

The Czechland consists of two provinces: Bohemia (where Plague is located) and Moravia. Moravia was poorer but I had nicer memories in its capital Brno, even more in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, once part of Czecoslavakia.

Slavic peoples are generally warm and impulsive. If you have the chance to go to Plague, also go eastward to meet other Slavs.

If I have destroyed anyone's imagination of the Czech and Prague, there are two things to balance up: firstly, Its good football team was fantastic in Euro 2004.

Most of all, recalling the Velvet revolution in 1989, the Spring of Plague in 1968 and the Hussite church reform (before Martin Luther and Hus died for it), you would forgive the city and the country for whatever unpleasant experience. It was (and hopefully still is) a very independent-minded and brave people!