Idris El Asha

My Unatainable Beauty - Poem by Idris El Asha

Inside my mind
Like a wish.

In front of me
Urging an embrace
Like the horizon

Far and near
Like my breathing
Or like the beating
Of my heart

It's the little regrets
Like a curse from the gods
The great sins
Like pricks of needles
It's the heavy life
Like a fly
It's tragedies laughed at
It's my country and folks
That I'm afflicted
Of hating them
Though I love

It's because you and me not being together.

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  • Allemagne Roßmann (9/8/2012 7:50:00 PM)

    Its the pang called corruption sold like soaps to easterners as women or swiss bank accounts with holiday packages.Soaps each supposingly hundred grams each used to be same price a pack of three for 3 libyan dinar as example and now you get 4 for the same price.Its possible because people are gullible to western marketing strategy-its the same weight 300 grams but then each soap weighing less 75 gms each for the 4 to be 300 but this way like me if one does not think become otherwise victim thinking themselves winner.And then creams an american which makes black people become whitelike and lovely as men than women-how sad if it worked then Africa would not have been protesting immigrants in the US everytime--thereforeu hate those victims in ur country whose morales are washed away but you otherwise wanted to love them-only they are not together.They are sold.Better you keep yourselves not being sold or when you have little support, stop anyway you can the process inhibiting mankind from being business pawns.. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 13, 2010

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