Taken For Granted: for A Name Poem by Ayatullah Nurjati

Taken For Granted: for A Name

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The beauty of life is broken by the invasion of the eyelids
beard hacks empty in the nurseries of the angels
brackish tongue clashing with teeth—bound hoarse voice
nose stuttering glare at an admiral of the heart

beautiful woman with a circular scarf puffing out her chest, frowning her forehead which suppresses greed
blooming majestic seahorses arguing with dolphins in the trough of the heart
for a name shrouded in a few notes of the day
solitaire and rummy stuttered for being food poison

Concentrated body squirming caressed by the dream of the heart
Men—fathers produce something meaningful
Women—mothers giving birth for an instinctive causality
Virgins and virgins dimple in panic

For a sacred name exalted an expansion of the heart
holy prostitutes are nervous because they have been raped their right to life
The thug sighs because his heart is hungry

For a name that is eternal again I scream to reveal an impression that you are a clean person who is strong in the ration of beauty and whoever you are……
I'm embarrassed.

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