Atef Ayadi


A Poem In A Can


I am dreaming
to create a fast
growing
global
industry
Of
Poems
Delivered
In Cans.

I am sure
Share holders
Will like the idea
And will invest heavily.
It is their nature
And the nature of Globalization.

I will sell them
With a reasonable price:
The price depends on the production
and the
Needs and demands.

Each poem is a product,
The big is the poem
the big is size of the can.
Tiny poems go in tiny jars
Fancy poems go in fancy cans.
Life poem go in jars produced by
know and unknown artists.
Love poems go in ancient jars.

I do not need to market them,
it is a poem for god sake!

My authenticity is
to not duplicate
any poem,
unless the poems are twins
triplets, or
quadruples;
They will go in the same jar.

Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011

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