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Poetry, written by Ali Taha Alnobani
A metallic alien object with plastic gaze
Without emotions, and no feelings
It holds tapered forceps and a magnifying glass
It runs on the empty street
Like a spooky ghost
Like an absurd robot
His eyes are round, red
His nose is crunchy squared
And his voice is like air when it comes from the hole of a sick object
Saturday 11th April 2020 11:00 pm
Nothing is parallel or can be paralleled
Even when it is compounded, and expounded inside
It rages loud but gently in rib cages,
Behind hushing skinny fingers
Its beauty is too great, its beauty belongs to us
The formers, the creators of this place
We are the damned, we were the great
Oh the facade, it is all a facade they mimic the art
But can you take the cut, bleed ...
Wednesday 1st August 2018 3:14 pm
Put an obstacle in front of me and I’ll climb over it,
weigh me down with shoes of lead, I’ll run away ever so fast.
Cut my wings and I’ll steal a plane to fly to freedom,
you halt my progress, jealous of my success.
It causes me strife and pain though I don’t show it,
I know I’ll triumph at the end of the road, achieving my dreams
of lifelong succes...
Thursday 29th November 2012 8:22 pm