Aron BareticABe

Me, As Me - Poem by Aron BareticABe

Desire at a nightfall,
craving at dawn,
pain and lust,
unreal desire,
forbidden love,
wildest dreams,
the need for tenderness,
suffering and happiness,
all that
coagulated into
a faceless mass,
mass of emotions,
exaggerated emotions,
turbulent spirits,
condemnation and hypocrisy,
unexplained fears,
norms and rules,
impersonal and haggard,
miserable and sad,
drawn through our lives
and leaving an eternal trace.

(Drifting off Lagos, Nigeria,9. XI 2009./ Translated from Croatian language by the author.)

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 28, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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