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AbdelAziz Alhaider

Rookie (in that biue planet......that called earth / within the time of the sad creation)

sometimes


Sometimes I extend to some steps towards your spring

As a morning breeze on the balconies

As a green silk over the Waves

As effects of horses feet steps

But sometimes words exclude me

Miles from the face of the picture

Sometimes I knock....... Listen to the seas play in my heart

…frighten..... filled with pent up screaming

Releasing…… hiding in my legs in any angle

In any drawing

Sometimes I sit

Smiling all the time
Talking for hours to the trees …. Posting

My laughters in the forests of the crazy imagination

Losted in the streets Abdel-Aziz Haider
07/12/1993

Submitted: Saturday, July 10, 2010

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