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Jan Sand

Jan Sand

I was born in Manhattan, New York, grew up to the age of 12 in Brooklyn, and resided until the age of 36 in Manhattan. I took a degree in industrial design at Pratt Institute and worked in New York until I was designated field man for a New York firm for an exhibition by the US Commerce Dept in Helsinki, where I met my wife. Since then, I worked in Berlin, Paris, Tel Aviv and in the USA.
 
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 TravelingTraveling by Jan Sand
TravelingI have stridden into hurricanes,Seen frantic trees wave hysteric armsAt rushing clouds that paid no heed,Too busy to look down.
 EvolutionEvolution by Jan Sand
There was a time, even in the early days of my short life, that humans were considered the apex attainment out of that lazy green slime that luxuriated in the rocking of the gentle waves at the edges of the primordial oceans that covered a good
 I FlapI Flap by Jan Sand
I Flap My wings are skin, stretched on bone.I flap.The sun makes jewels of my scales, red, blue, gold.I flap.
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 RequiescatRequiescat by Jan Sand
Requiescat There will come a day long years from nowWhen the sandy desert wind will whistle to itself.No footprints dotting lines across the dunes.
 RefugeRefuge by Jan Sand
RefugeThere is in dreams a magic transformationSo that fear appears as watching doors,
 PenniesPennies by Jan Sand
Pennies Nowadays their round facesStrew the streets like copper sunsIn a galaxy of torn paper shreds,Fragments of things broken and anonymous
 Planck's VersePlanck's Verse by Jan Sand
Planck’s Verse From under Euclid’s hatWhere space is very flatThe points dance out to anchor skeins of linesForm
 Adventure Adventure by Jan Sand
Adventure Mountains there areTo tooth the horizon,And lakes to trap the skyIn between the forests.
 Apprehension Apprehension by Jan Sand
Apprehension I do not argue with the windAnd rain may wet me if it must.Random events leave me chagrined.There’s not much more to be discuss
 EvaluationEvaluation by Jan Sand
EvaluationFrom sperm and egg, two points of view,We joined in enterprise,Proliferating from those twoTo macroscopic size.
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