Atef Ayadi


Elighten And Enlightenment Poem by Atef Ayadi


something disturbs
me about the verb

to enlighten and the
word

enlightenment:


as a kid,
-i mean when i was, ....
sometimes I am.... childish and
and unworried irresponsible....party no party gay...-


being enlightened

had to have

some connection with light...

the sun of the day's light,
the candle's light by night,

someone flashes light into your face with force,

or
someone deprive you from light so you can see it
better...

as a kid


light and enlightenment

were two identical twins....


it took me


years....
i mean decades....to figure out that


being enlightened

has nothing to do with light
(any form of photonic, electric-magnet, hi frequency vibration, and strings energy....)


a touch is is an enlightenment,

being disturbed is an enlightenment,

freeing you chest is one of the greatest personal discovery....


being nice is an enlightenment...

being a prince-
....high rank, no starts, multi-galaxies explorer, self earned respect-


being a f-Uker in a good way...i Woman's energy sucker....

Submitted: Friday, January 08, 2010
Edited: Friday, January 08, 2010

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