Atef Ayadi


Atef Ayadi Poems

521. A Child Is Born: In Theory 9/7/2008
522. From Distance: The Pain 9/7/2008
523. From Distance: The Fakeness 9/7/2008
524. From Distance: The Rain 9/7/2008
525. Depth: Simplicity 9/21/2008
526. To A Woman I Met 9/21/2008
527. To Eileen: The First Minutes 9/21/2008
528. To Eileen: The Three Sides Of A Coin 9/21/2008
529. To Eve: Manners 9/21/2008
530. To Eileen: How Relient I Am 9/21/2008
531. To Eileen: The Last Minutes 9/21/2008
532. To Eileen: The Rest Of Story 9/21/2008
533. To Eileen: Plasma Tv Reality 9/21/2008
534. To Eileen: Time Does Not Mater 9/21/2008
535. To Eileen: The Lips And The Smile I Am Looking For 9/21/2008
536. Feelings: The Last Rational 9/21/2008
537. Something To The Little Teen 9/21/2008
538. Words Are Flying With Others Words 9/21/2008
539. To Eileen: I Love You Until The Fall 9/21/2008
540. To Eileen: If You Think You Are Eve 9/21/2008
541. To Eve: The Song 9/21/2008
542. To Eve: Fair Enough 9/21/2008
543. To Eve: The Little Insecurity. 9/21/2008
544. To Eve: The Journey Begin 9/21/2008
545. To Eve: The Smile 9/21/2008
546. To Eve: Whatever 9/21/2008
547. To Eve: I Have A Dream 9/21/2008
548. To Eve: After All 9/21/2008
549. To Eve: A Red Rose Proposal 9/21/2008
550. To Eve: Lets Walk 9/21/2008
551. To Eve: The Poem That Looks Like A Fantasy 9/21/2008
552. To Eve: The Game 9/21/2008
553. To Eve: The Bordom 9/21/2008
554. I Have A Enough Poem's Reserve. Is It Enough? 9/21/2008
555. Bartender: The Hot Cold Girl Teacher 9/23/2008
556. Mexico Stop: 101 9/23/2008
557. Mexico Stop: 102 9/23/2008
558. Mexico Stop: 150 9/23/2008
559. Mexico Stop: 350 9/23/2008
560. Mexico Stop: 554 9/23/2008
Best Poem of Atef Ayadi

$2.00

My pants
Are falling
Down;
Even though I
Tied
My belt
Twice
since this morning.

Both
Shoes
I bought
A week ago
For $2.00
Are kicking
Me.

Both my pants and the pair of shoes
Are not
Worth
A week of pain
I have been going
Through.

Read the full of $2.00

Face It

Free your lips
From the daily etiquettes
And the charm of ancient veils
Do not run away
No one runs after drawing ones' fate
Did you ever see
The sea running away from its tides
And hiding behind the shores.

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