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Atef Ayadi


If There Is No Mountain


Do not
Stay in your little hole
Or a general
Public
Graveyard.
Swallow it, or
Make it at least deeper
Or longer,
So it looses
The sense
And the definition
Of being a hole.

Dive in
Fly,
Or walk through like the blind,
So, you
Can reach
Your own bottom
-it is still a big public graveyard, -
And complete
Your true senses.

If there is no mountain,
Flatness turns to be
A big hole.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Edited: Friday, April 15, 2011
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