Mohammed AlBalushi

(5/2/1973 / Muscat- Oman)

The Stories


The stories
Night bed its mats
And also we are
Wait and see
The narrative begins with the story
The stories of long time ago
Between fact and fiction
The stories from the ends of the earth
And depth of the ocean
We draw the characters and imagine
Live roles
And sail far and far
And overwhelmed with happiness
And the longing pulls us
And eyebrows painted terms on our faces
The story behind the story
Delight our nights
The stories of my grandmother.

Submitted: Monday, July 04, 2011
Edited: Monday, July 04, 2011

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