Halsho Zangana (27-Jan-1994 / Kurdistan - Sulaimani)
Why Don't You Shine?
Why don't you shine?
I've been waiting for you
for three long houred days.
I miss the sweet redness of the sky.
The shy sun between the clouds.
The awakening of a dream!
Don't you miss the whispering howl?
The never ending beauty of this facade?
So come home
into the arms of these wild weeds.
You're adapted on this toxic field.
Rise for me...
return me my chaotic world.
Bring back the erotic hatred.
And the grievous joy.
Pour down like thousand tons from sky
into my heart, into my poems, and into my mind.
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