Youssef Rzouga

Rookie (21/03/1957 / MAHDIA: TUNISIE)

? - Poem by Youssef Rzouga

They are inseparable
-Sweet dreams.
She said
According to her
He pretends to smile
-There 's a but-
As soon as she 's asleep
He's dreaming of setting off
Pursuit of her
Even in the meantime of its dreams
But
Wher the devil has she gone?
It looks as if he's screaming
He says he's hypnotized
It's unbearable
He said
And
As soon as his back is turned
He's sleeping
Like a log
YOUREZ


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 24, 2004


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