shima shahsavaran ahmadi
I Love You - Poem by shima shahsavaran ahmadi
I love you disheveled. Why do you want comb?
If you trap, I will be ensnared. Why do you want bait?
I will swing around you for ever. Burn! Enjoy!
You burned poet. Why do you want butterfly?
I died as much as I searched the city, there was no wise man
Honestly why do you want so many crazy people?
Be homeless like me, Come out of the four walls
You have a castle in my heart. Why do you want a house?
Break the mirror, and see yourself in my poem.
Why do want me to explain this much beauty?
Don't be shy and cry in my arms.Cry! So why do you want man shoulders?
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