Leila Samarrai

Leila Samarrai Poems

1. In The Age Of False Tongue 11/19/2015
2. In The Age Of Apocalyptic Wonderful Miracles 11/19/2015
3. Hush 11/19/2015
4. The Truth 11/19/2015
5. Number 11/25/2015
6. Omen 11/25/2015
7. Walk Down The Boulevard 12/8/2015
8. Dark Eros 12/9/2015
9. Samira's Comfort 12/10/2015
10. The Visitor, Pharos From The Desert 12/10/2015
11. The Second Birth Of Tragedy 12/10/2015
12. There Will Be Time For Me To Tell You 12/10/2015
13. Like Waves Of The Water 12/10/2015
14. Listen 12/10/2015
15. The Last Moh's Day 12/10/2015
16. Nocturnal Chatting With Poetry 12/10/2015
17. The Signs Along The Path Are The Only Thing Left For You 12/11/2015
18. I - Prophet 12/15/2015
19. The Perfect Love 1/16/2016
20. The Silence Of The Stone Sleepers 1/20/2016
21. Shopping Mall 1/30/2016
22. Forgiveness Poem 2/8/2016
23. Imprisoned Beauty 2/12/2016
24. A Thousand Ways In Which My Father Died 2/12/2016
25. I Am Hyperborean, Atlantean 2/13/2016
26. The Three Witches Of Salem 2/25/2016
27. Scream And Whisper 11/19/2015
28. Gilda, The Serial Kitchen Killer 2/26/2016
29. Rape Poem, From The Book 'the Second Birth Of Tragedy' 3/3/2016
30. A Poem About A Crocodile 2/21/2017
31. Another Dream 2/24/2015
32. Farewell Song 12/10/2015
33. The Dreamcatcher 12/10/2015
34. A Wandering Soul Poem 11/19/2015
35. For That, Marcus Aurelius, Whenever You Look At Yourself, 'The Darkness Will Understand' 1/16/2015
36. The Dread Of Dead Birds, 'The Darkness Will Understand' 1/16/2015
37. Calderon Said: Life Is A Dream, &Quot;The Darkness Will Understand' 1/16/2015
38. The Fate Of The Damned One 11/11/2015
39. Kitty Kisses 2/26/2016
40. Time On The Other Side Of The Wall (The Poem Of Childhood) , 'The Darkness Will Understand' 2/28/2015
Best Poem of Leila Samarrai

The Darkness Will Understand

In the bed I do not rely on commandments
The roses already fraught with wind
How many clocks do you ask
While the morning overladen with eternity is late
Delirium morning

They foresee the end of the world
Through star gates
They will wish to open them, open them they will not be able to
They will wish to close both them and the road
The poems shall herald the dead
The dead and the living will depart for false mouth
Without a single sense

My God sleeps murmuring prayers
After which I inherit sadness, wind, mountains, birds
Yet hands and ...

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Scream And Whisper

May the screams echo. After that
The silence will stumble like a whipped wild horse;
A moment pilled inside the throat
Overpowers the yowl and endless wind
That whimpers down the roads of land we are condemned to

In a deaf room, in a deaf night, by deaf ears
The scream in my throat is anchored
To the howling whisper.

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