Idris El Asha


Needles: Punch Lines - Poem by Idris El Asha

Pray god, for your enemy not to be a coward.

Soldiers of the world …. Desert.

Jesus! you crucified us.

Donate blood, don't shed it. Or else, shed tears.

If you can't lie, shut up.

'I am a coward.' Only a brave heart can say that.

Freud! Your delusions are plausible.

Get away from evil, and sing to it.

Dominate, or be dominated upon.Temporize, compromize, or get out of the game.

The west is the best, very true.With some help from the east.

Matter is the excrescence of the spirit.


Comments about Needles: Punch Lines by Idris El Asha

  • Allemagne Roßmann (9/8/2012 7:40:00 PM)


    With some help from the east.--the some help you express here is a big deciding factor.In India this some entirely colonized a nation plundered and the money got dislocated to be what u see Britain today...they were muslims, hindus, converts, retards and all for personal good or bad big or small objectives nothwithstanding the destruction of the nation.Fortunately for Libya there were heroes like Omar Al Mukhtar.In Libyans are lacking administration, they can go train themselves in South Asia in our neighbouring state-Afghanistan.Its better to be martyrs than be corrupt dummy governments only for italian technology which apart from some areas has had been their own disasters.I dunno why their dollops of ice-creams if not some italian women are used romanized with hate motives for overseas objectives.One such is there in India also misusing the constitution of the country.Belongingness is only a way to harbour feudalism for italians in another land-many parts of italy is also a big crisis because of this beyond producing wines and cantuccino sugar butts are prostitutes many..Soldiers must accept oil to be water than varieties of grapes adding to not only delusions but demoralisation ultimate selling a countrys security.Written well.Exhaustive piece.. (Report) Reply

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  • (2/9/2010 4:14:00 AM)


    powerful, profound punchlines. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 6, 2010



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