Autumn Afternoon Poem by Sina Sanjari

Autumn Afternoon

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Afternoon
sound of a dog who is interested only to syllabic rhythms
spins in the silence of Westwood
farther
in front of Stephen Cross' house
a squirrel- surrounded by crows - wants her oak
lazy sun has been with me since early morning
like a dreamless warrior
I stand at the door
waiting for a woman with a severe cough to announce the end of everything
should be her
I know
God has created dead ends only for bypass
nothing has been changed
there is nothing to change

Note: This poem is a part of my poetic work under title: ' West-wood-Annihilation News.

شعر: سینا سنجری

Autumn Afternoon
Monday, October 26, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: poem
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Note: This poem is a part of my poetic work under title: ' West-wood-Annihilation News.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Prabir Gayen 08 January 2019

Very fine poem dear friend.....tha tha

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Souren Mondal 07 November 2015

A very well written poem Sina that touches upon simple yet moving images of an 'autumn afternoon'...

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Sina Sanjari 11 November 2015

Souren Many many thanks

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Melvina Germain 06 November 2015

Where are you selling your poetry book, did I miss that...also so sorry for the double comment but I keep coming back but now I'll simply save this poem.

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Sina Sanjari 11 November 2015

Melvina It is not ready to publish I am still working on it This poetry book written like a diary book.Something which is new for me and I hope for the readers

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Sina Sanjari 11 November 2015

Melvina It is not ready yet to publish I am still working on it This is a poetry book written like a diary book. Something which is new for me and I hope new for readers.

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Melvina Germain 06 November 2015

This poem is a soothing piece of work that holds out an arm saying take my hand and come with me. I did absolutely that and am so happy for the stroll...thank you for adding beauty to my day Sina.....

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Melvina Germain 01 November 2015

A sound of sadness lingers in the air, I see a lone soul awaiting the inevitable but a half comes along as well knowing one can move forward and begin anew...Lovely poem.....

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Sina Sanjari 02 November 2015

Thanks Melvina. This is a part of poetry book.

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