Treasure Island

Atef Ayadi


Beauty Formation


Nothing is more beautiful than
to connect to
someone's eyes and inner golden mines
by doing so, a voice of humanity will surge
from the past, the present, and the future.

Nothing is more beautiful than
to connect to a
tree, any tree from the tiniest grass to
El Arbol de Tule or a sherman tree,
by doing so, one learns freedom is not a walking foot print
more than standing up facing all the ironies
and leaing more seeds to defeat more ironies.

Nothing is more beautiful than
to connect to
to the sun,
the moon,
the darkness, and silence;
cause,
at the eclipse,
the beauty does not come from darkeness
rather from what it seems silent.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 06, 2009

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