Lateef Jan Afridi Ab.latif jan

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Oh We See


Oh who see
Oh who see the mosquito spread its wings
In the darkness of the black night
And see its vein in its upper chest
And the brain in these thin bones
And see blood running in its jugular vein
Moving from on joint to another
Forgive me
For what i have previously done
Oh wee see
And see the embryo nurturing inside it
In the darkness of its innards without looking
And see its footsteps
In its quick and rushing movements
And see and hears other beings
In the bottom of the dark and huge sea
Forgive me
For what i have previously done
Oh we see

Sun,02, Aug,2009
May peace to All

Submitted: Sunday, August 02, 2009

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