Treasure Island

Atef Ayadi

Zone Two: Fantesy

i can not shut

and out...

i have been looking
without success
for a job

allow me to talk naturally and keep
my natural relaxed nature...around and while
i am making my path and clearing my way...

the only job

is to be,
pretend to be,
happy to be,
my ''pleasure! '' to be,

fed up to be,
a poet of all time....



stand up comedy?

serious theater main actor,
creative one actor theater,

funny woman man show or play? ?

i figured out,

that the best job

i can, desire, want and fight for

is simply to talk and
please the listener or the listeners
-girls and boys and in between-

while money poor from the sky.....because i am good at that
and i do not fear competition...and I am going global too! !

Submitted: Wednesday, January 06, 2010
Edited: Thursday, January 07, 2010
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