Leila Taghavi

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A Poet and Interaction


Either the poet is vain or the poems awkward
Nobody reads them willingly
May laughing at a poem be sweeter than bitter silence
Enjoying writing and reading by herself,
She's proud of nothing in a silly way
She writes what's in her mind and reads from her heart
Either from a streetcorner or closed room
Thinking aloud with taps on keyboard
Is how she writes to shorten roads
Between her and readers' lands

Submitted: Saturday, February 27, 2010

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