Atef Ayadi


Atef Ayadi Poems

121. A Growing Poet Fay Sal 9/27/2008
122. A Growing Woman: For Future Archives 2/12/2010
123. A Growing Woman: From The Archives 2/12/2010
124. A Job Site Corner Talk 9/26/2008
125. A Last Letter Of Another Series 9/26/2008
126. A Less Capitalistic View 5/11/2011
127. A Letter To A Brave Sweat Heart.... 3/6/2010
128. A Letter To A C.E.O 9/25/2009
129. A Letter To A Creature 9/25/2009
130. A Letter To A French Lady 9/29/2009
131. A Letter To A Friend 9/25/2009
132. A Letter To A Historian 9/25/2009
133. A Letter To A Love Seeker 9/25/2009
134. A Letter To A Musician 9/25/2009
135. A Letter To A Painter 9/24/2009
136. A Letter To A Philosopher 9/24/2009
137. A Letter To A Poet 9/25/2009
138. A Letter To A Theology Scholar 9/25/2009
139. A Letter To A Woman I Met 9/29/2009
140. A Letter To American Taliban 9/29/2009
141. A Letter To An Aquaintence 9/25/2009
142. A Letter To Eileen 9/24/2009
143. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Eight- 9/25/2009
144. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Eleven- 9/29/2009
145. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Five- 9/25/2009
146. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Four- 9/25/2009
147. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Nine- 9/25/2009
148. A Letter To Humanity -Letter One- 9/25/2009
149. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Seven- 9/25/2009
150. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Six- 9/25/2009
151. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Ten- 9/25/2009
152. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Three- 9/25/2009
153. A Letter To Humanity -Letter Two- 9/25/2009
154. A Letter To Iran 9/29/2009
155. A Letter To My Brother 9/24/2009
156. A Letter To My Child 9/25/2009
157. A Letter To My Lover 9/24/2009
158. A Letter To My Mother 9/24/2009
159. A Letter To The Universe 9/24/2009
160. A Letter...To A....Humanitarian Lady 3/12/2010
Best Poem of Atef Ayadi

$2.00

My pants
Are falling
Down;
Even though I
Tied
My belt
Twice
since this morning.

Both
Shoes
I bought
A week ago
For $2.00
Are kicking
Me.

Both my pants and the pair of shoes
Are not
Worth
A week of pain
I have been going
Through.

Read the full of $2.00

Face It

Free your lips
From the daily etiquettes
And the charm of ancient veils
Do not run away
No one runs after drawing ones' fate
Did you ever see
The sea running away from its tides
And hiding behind the shores.

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