Treasure Island

Naji Almurisi


The Snow of Siberia


Svyeta is a name from the gold
Svyeta is a heart from the silk
Svyeta is a soul from flowers
Svyeta is a body from glass
Svyeta is as the innocent morning
Svyeta is as the quiet night
Svyeta is as the silent sea
Svyeta is as the colored moon
Svyeta is as a sleeping waterfall in cuddles of the nature
Svyeta is as children's eyes
Svyeta is like platonic love
Being shy when he gaze at my eyes
Svyeta and the love are a twin
Svyeta is swimming in my body
As the soul
As the warm love's breeze
As the coming snow from Siberia
Does it extinguish the love's fire in my heart?
Does it quench my life's thirst?
Here, the challenge
Between the snow of Siberia
And the warmth of the east
Between You and me...

Submitted: Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Edited: Sunday, May 05, 2013
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