An Eye, An Island, And One Survived Poem - Poem by Atef Ayadi
An unyielding blue sky,
The drowsiness of saltiness of the sea,
My skin, my lips, and guts in a bottle of water.
The wild darkness of the night,
The cold thorny hair pushing against my skin,
The Northern light, and
A fainted form of ice
And take my life.
Her eye is
Still and island
That catches both
Me and The sea.
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