Atef Ayadi

Zone Two: A Normal Day

a normal day
looks exactly like


Wednesday, January 6th of two thousand and ten...

drew few drawing

while braking my constipated

-i mean, no major event! -

no major noise
of blast
of joy....outside my box.

dead see people around,

i can feel their death, deff, and thefting
of part of my mind....

so i always

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fu king owsooM funny things! ! !

as people are still wondering or playing the


And I hate
someone, play that
in front of me..

it confuses me.... and i react bad...

i do not how bad....

i am not good in math or logic-they confuse me-

i can not assess how bad...until i cool

i can not cool down
i can not get down.....


who ever put it in my mind
was my pathetic dead dad....

the time i witnessed
the many times he got down
down and down without feeling dead.....

that is the beau-dom

batteau more no less.....

the rest of the day, i look
wondering in the sky

-the best thing that always happen to me, is to dream facing the sun-

Submitted: Wednesday, January 06, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, January 06, 2010
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