Treasure Island

Framarz Bagheri

(1962 / Lahijan-Iran)

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I have got addicted to

Temporary days & dreams

Kisses & hugs

Then, let me take your pigtail

Covered with a night black scarf

To be the shadow of your fear!

Hold my hands both firmly

Stop me falling down

And get shattered like a polish crystal

I am breaking inside in silence!

I am the veil on your worried face

I wish we could have a cup of tea together

Under the velvet sheet

The tea of certainty and sympathy

The tea of suppressed desires

And feelings

Mutated into the mist!

Submitted: Tuesday, October 21, 2008

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  • Susan Jarvis (10/21/2008 5:51:00 AM)

    Some beautiful imagery, from 'the veil on your worried face' to 'Mutated into mist! ' Heartfelt and vivid. S :) (Report) Reply

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