The Blind Old Man - Poem by Abdulaziz Mohy
If I could see you
Sitting beside me
If I could see the world
That's moving around me
Then maybe I could live again
But my time is following
I'm blind, I cannot see
As I bump into a wall or a tree
I can hear the world laughing at me
Do they think me deaf too?
Or are they just ignoring me?
It's hard to appreciate the sun at dawn
Or the brightness of that little moon
For I'll be dying soon
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