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Frida Narin

Updated: Sun, 30 Aug 2015 07:30 pm

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Poet & Artist Published tow poem Books, Grey Silence, 2005 in Iran and But I !Neither a product of love nor pleasure, 2015 in Germany by Goethe & Hafis Publisher.


Dance of freedom Take down the walls The girls want to dance. Open the windows The mothers want to water the flowers. Empty the streets The children want to smile driving their colored cars. Open the doors The fathers want to play music. Take away the borders From China to America From Arbil to Sidney. Open the ways, The airways, The lands, The seas. Me! I want to dance without boarders. Dance! To dance zorba, So that all of you come out with joy From north to south, From east to west. Then we will shake the earth, And at war, at out follies, We will laugh whole heartedly. We will sew together the flags. We will make carpets for the children To play and roll on top of. Open the ways. Girls carrying freedom on their shoulders They map out the road From the east From the darkest place Where there are days the frowning demons dressed in black Dreaming of the caliphate, But those, Those women, and those men Carrying freedom on their shoulders, Laugh and play music, And prepare the earth for our communal dance. Ref: But I !Neither a product of love nor pleasure

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