Ibrahim Ibn Salma
Biography of Ibrahim Ibn Salma
He is inspired by nature and her soul and by a world whose purpose of existence is to be most loving. He has poems appeared in Soul Fountain, Lives of Artists, Sage Trail, Ezratranslation, Counter Punch and others. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. He lives in Santa Barbara, California, USA
Ibrahim Ibn Salma's Works:
Stepping Stones - Collection of poems by Sixteen Santa Barbara poets.
'Traveler' - a collection of poems by the poet.
Ibrahim Ibn Salma Poems
Walking down the alley, Glimpsing of the passerby; the Stranger that looks like Me.
Jellyfish Graceful in their dance, As they whirl oceans,
A time we spent Near your lower hills, Your stones greeted us
Together We play music, No need for instruments,
When our lips melt Through the conversation Our night, When our sails are Followed by the shining stars
A dimly lit beam hovered, Confounded to why It lost its glow,
In singles or groups we Always existed, You made us, So that
Resistance Identity lost,
Dreams What is missing during the days Can be retrieved during the nights,
Time Time may play its game, Love may change its place,
My heart - do not ask me Where love is, It may have been a river of compassion, and it dried. It may have been a castle of imagination, and it collapsed.
Goddess spoke through her, God joined the conversation, Refused to be imprisoned in Wifeliness, housework, slavery,
A Place To Be
We often search around For a garden of roses and flowers, A scene to enjoy, a moment to cherish, A place to be.
I sought freedom, I sought love I delved into the unknown, into the void. Blind so I was, Darkness surrounded me.
We play music,
No need for instruments,
We dance to
The beatless beat,