خليل حاوي

(1919-1982 / لبنان)

الجروح السود


خليتُها تَروحْ
وانهارَ قلبي رُمةً
جنازَةً خرساءَ لا تنوحْ
تطلُّ من رسم على الجدارْ
ضحكةُ عينيها.. وعبر الدرب والغُبارْ
اِمرَآةٌ تُخفي بكفٍّ عينها
المزرقةَ الرهيبَهْ
تعيا بثقل الشمس والحقيبَهْ
تمضي إلى محطة القطارْ
مرارةٌ وعارْ
تفلٌ بلا طعمٍ
بقايا الحب, تفلُ الحقد في القرارْ
وكيفَ أصبحْنا عدوَّينِ
وجسمٌ واحدٌ يضمُّنا, نفاقْ
كلٌّ يعاني سجنَهُ, جحيمَهُ
في غمرة العناقْ
لو كان فينا جمرةٌ خضرا
لثارَتْ واستَحالتْ خنجرًا يصيحْ
من لَهَبٍ أخْضرَ في الجروحْ
تُفتِّقُ البلسمَ والريحانَ والظلالْ
كانت جروحٌ.. عاصفٌ وزالْ
خلَّيتُها تروحْ
جنازةٌ خرساءُ لا تنوحْ
حمَّى جروحٍ
ودمٌ يَسْودُّ في الجُروحْ

Submitted: Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 28, 2014

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