Najib Altawell


Evolutionary Path Within Smoking Hands


Living in a
Jam
Among smoking
Hands
Constantly moving
Within the 'crowds'
In a sizzling
Pan


Living in a
Jam
But within
My soul
The boundless
Thoughts
Never
Brought
The misery
Of
This world
To the level
I Sought


Living in a jam
The bridges
I crossed
The bridges
I touched and
Kissed
Without sadness
Without regrets
To what I
Left


Living in a jam
The evolutionary
Path
Somehow
Once again
Invited me back
For another
Task
To grasp
Human's reality
To understand
This cycle
To understand
The meaning
Of
The present
Path


Living in a
Jam
Among smoking
Hands
Constantly moving
Within the 'crowds'
In a sizzling
Pan

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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