Atef Ayadi

Defenseless Desire - Poem by Atef Ayadi

Do not think
I will go to hell
I will draw you
with your golden chains
And all your rings and earrings.
I will burn my lips with yours,
My skin with yours, and
My soul with yours.

We will cross the gate
From haven to hell
At the same time
In a rush,
Or like two beings being thrown into hell
Against their will.

Is that what you always want and wish for?
This is not anger;
This is my burning desire.

I left heaven for the civilized,
Who likes to swim in heaven's water,
Dress up and flashes with heaven's scents,
And speaks heaven's love words.

This is not my type.
I will go to hell and will drawn you with me.
You will like it;

My deepest desires are made of light
Of fire.
Your deepest desires
Are covered with shields of
White snow,
Light ice, and iron of cold
Resting over
An ancient torrent fire.

Do not resist,
You will brake
Your ice,
Without melting
Your hidden
Colors, and
Childish empire.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 5, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 13, 2011

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