Atef Ayadi


You Are Romantic As The Surrealism


I burned the hole town.

I unintentionally

Aroused all the women
without exception
From age 19 to 99.

They told me:

The key to a town
Is always a woman;
And I do not segregate, exclude, intrude, or invade
Anyone.

I truly know what is 'I'
And who 'I am; '
I give equal opportunity
To everyone.

Cause', humans are equal:
Born equal
And die equal;
In between,
There are no apparent stop signs,
Until it stands
Vertically,
High enough, and
White and red.

They told me:
'You are a shit of a shit,
A triple ass -
A type of mastery
Of what is beyond the black belt.-'

That is my legitimate reasons for burning the entire
Town,
And I will burn burned it again and again.
I will burn any other town,
Any other planet,
Any other galaxy,
And any other universe.

I will burn God's heaven
Entirely
And make it looks like a beautiful hell


This is what God gave me;
With or without his or her signature,
With or without his or her ring,
And I will use it off.

I will redefine
The concept
Of Eve
Without
Adam, the apple tree, or the Cobra snake.

Submitted: Sunday, March 18, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 04, 2011

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