Adeeb Kamal Ad-Deen


Dyad


The kiss is a she-gazelle.
The date is two eyes, a sahara and a gun.
The kiss is a love poem.
The date is a stab in the belly.
The kiss is a butterfly.
The date is golden fish.
The kiss is wonderful tenderness.
The date is a great bed.
The kiss is a feast.
The date is happy children
In the middle of streets
Full of horse-drawn carriages.
The kiss is vagueness.
The date is an attempt to decipher the puzzles.
The kiss is a lie.
The date is a false witness.
The kiss is separation.
The date is a song glorifying separation.
The kiss is a dead smile on a drunkard's mouth.
The date is a fragmented glass.
he kiss is a legend.
The date is a world legend conference.
The kiss is a waiting.
The date is the poems of waiting
Written in Cuneiform, Sanskrit and Arabic
On the Book of Existence.
The kiss is a blossom.
The date is a garden full of honey.
The kiss is a green beach.
The date is a poet who desists smoking hope.
The kiss is a star.
The date is the sky held by a she-lover's palm.
The kiss is a drowning person.
The date is a bottomless sea.
The kiss is your astounding eyelash.
The date is your smile that guides me
Every night to delicious death
And it does not leave me until the cock crows.
The kiss is the dot of your nuun *
Or the nuun of your lost dot.
The date is an alphabet revealing
The talismans of the world
But they do not know how to bring you back home.
The kiss is friendship.
The date is an engagement until death.
The kiss is a chair.
The date is a bed.
The kiss is a key.
The date is a body.
The kiss is a violin.
The date is a love dance.
The kiss is a tear.
The date is a swift shooting of rain wets
Lovers in the pleasure garden.
The kiss is a cry.
The date is a romantic plot.
The kiss is a green room.
The date is closed curtains.
The kiss is a song.
The date is a singer, a composer and a poet
They all have cried
Because of the beautiful tune and words.
The kiss is beautiful noise.
The date is secret willow rows.
The kiss is a lost child.
The date is a bride lamenting her bad luck.
The kiss is a daydream.
The date is heresy and hallucination.
The kiss is a poem at its top level.
The date is a collection of love poetry
Every line in it is your letter
And every letter in it is your name.
The kiss is a window.
The date is a country home
Looking upon the sun and the duck.
The kiss is a pleasure.
The date is a call for writing on it
As a cureless deep death.
The kiss is your dreamy eyes.
The date is your lips; abandoning their
Wonderful miserliness.
The kiss is a love hour.
The date is a wedding night
And the wedding candles
And the bride's white dress.
The kiss is you.
The date is you ............ of course!

Submitted: Thursday, September 05, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013

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