Arry Syakir Gifari

Rookie (jully 20,1986 / Indonesia)

“le Femme Fatale*” - Poem by Arry Syakir Gifari

What appear was the full moon
Half smile that was painted on
And Helena’s eyes whose were anesthetized
Poet of Homerus was goggled at
Beauty and the sword is not located
Imagery of Words flowing in the work’s poet


As well as this running of century
Fever on the bodies’ modification
In editorial mystical
the electric beauty
which is so worshiped
On admiration chains
Surrounded the shopping schedule


Similar to kitchen herbs
The shapes of the onion
On Liv Tayler’s buttock
Still tasty
And limited odor
Sad world on new terror
Mantra of missionary endeavor
on the advertiser of mirror


“You are given the grace
and the curse of beauty”


* the phrase of France = the deadly woman


Comments about “le Femme Fatale*” by Arry Syakir Gifari

  • (9/5/2010 8:04:00 AM)


    the fatal beauty bears its grace of the moon with a smile and the curse of the deadly woman. very nice write.thnx for invite (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 26, 2010



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