Atef Ayadi


Lucent Thoughts


Some …
First and second grade
Professors
Put their hands
On the lexical dictionary
To harvest their oath
For TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Puzzle.
The time Balzac
Is resting his feet
In a hot and salty water.
Others are walking in the same
Mainstream
In wonder,
Are there any human connections
Between the professors,
First grade,
Second grade,
The lexical system,
The price and the benefits
Of such dictionary?
Balzac is still enjoying the warmth
Of his feet.
I am still questioning
The oath.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, April 04, 2006

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