A facility, a gathering, a celebration
a myriad of different rooms,
though I gravitated to a room where there
was David Bowie music playing.
Was it a memorial?
The music was challenging—some of his more obscure work
I was alone, listening, standing in this installation.
There was a structure, a large archway,
where speakers had been set up.
As I stood underneath the magical archway, entranced,
others came into the room.
Somebody marveled at the obscure, unusual music.
We all moved to a round table in a banquet hall,
next to where this installation had been mounted.
I carefully set up 4 or 5 place settings of drinks,
and then placed a dish of nuts in the middle.
My movements, as I did this,
felt precise and purposeful,
as if with spiritual intent.
We all sat down at this table,
to talk about David and share our stories.
[10/11/17: This may well have had something to do with Dale Perry’s My Bowie Story collection — it’s out now! Purchase it at Amazon.com — Proceeds to Save The Children]share this: