Treasure Island

AbdelAziz Alhaider

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

The network


The network


There behind these transparent mirrors
Behind this network... a sea and fishing and a boat
Lively Photos
Chanting gardens and blue... red lamps
Behind these Pages
Nice creatures... working hardly
Antlike creatures
Human beings like to make surprise
Make colored links between the hearts
Nice creatures
With the ordinary human heads
Like to making a twisted solid ropes from a number of
Latest news
Latest information
The latest pictures and movies
This is the web
Life palpitating with life
As for why they called spiderwort? ? ?
that is the secret
That no one can know it
Abdel-Aziz Haider
Baghdad 2010

Submitted: Friday, August 06, 2010
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