Treasure Island

hosein shafiei


emancipation


When the sun rose, the eyes of half of our children were closed to the sun.
When the sun rose, the other half mourned against the sun.
When the sun rose, mothers mourned against our beautifull sun.
And we learned the shinning path to emancipation.
hosein shafiei

p.s: It is not about politics.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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  • Unwritten Soul (3/17/2013 9:24:00 AM)

    Sun emancipate world from darkness, just when it rise one an edge of the world
    But when it set behind the hills it emancipate energy to free and rest at night
    so what we must be? emancipate our freedom in each time
    ...what a nice poem...keep writing_Soul (Report) Reply

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