Treasure Island

Abdelmajid Seghir

(02/04/1986 / Rabat)

CROWNLESS KING CITY


pieces have clashed down
and the pictuers become blur
people's fronts frown
in front of the closed door

of crownless king city

ref:

welcome to my world
Mr lugubrious stress, sadness street, loneliness block, apratment N°1
crownless king city is my adress

i've been guided by the light of darkness
to crownless king city
locked by my obsolute absence of counsciousness
in crownless king city
enjoying my tragic loneliness
with the people of crownless king city

Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008
Edited: Friday, August 22, 2008

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