Najib Altawell


Heart In A Glass


Glass in a glass
In a shape of a heart
Distorted the face
Lengthen the fingers
Created madness
From a crack in a glass

The pink dream
Connection
In a blue water
Reflection
Shattered reality
As seen via clouded
Sleepy half closed
Eyes

In a black sheeted
Bed
The old maid
Powdered her face
For one more chance
To find the long missing
Long searched
Dreamt about
The other half

Glass in glass
Voidance of love
Emptiness in nest
Making the heart
Weeping
Leaving the head
Nothing but with an old
Love story
Trapped in a
Skull
Trapped in a
Glass

Submitted: Friday, December 04, 2009
Edited: Friday, December 04, 2009

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