Ibrahim Ibn Salma


Star Wedding - Poem by Ibrahim Ibn Salma

I kiss them when
The sun and the moon
Are not looking:

Why are they so shy
Before me?

Haven't they witnessed someone engaged
In love making?

Isn't the groom's right
To marry them?

The Big Dipper,
The Pleiades,
The Sirius.

I stop at the heaven's jewelry store,
Three diamond rings I buy,

To heavenly composed music
I walk down the aisle,
Along the Sky-Dark boulevard,

Wedded to their
Radiant light.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 21, 2013



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