Treasure Island

Nassy Fesharaki

(Dec 29 / Iran)

Oh we


Oh we

I
I feel sorry for you my child

I
I feel sorry for you in office

I see walls around, gadgets
Window, cables power pod

I
Feel sorry for all of you here

Sky is cold dark blue, starry
In Nimrooz
You don’t know, very sorry

I
Feel sorry sea’s wave-dance
Are fear
For you prisoners of gadgets

An apple blossoms first, bud
Then flower so small, further
Green, yellowish, rosy colors

I
Feel sorry for you all in here

Fingers run on letters, texting
That is all but I also feel sorry
For me not thinking what that
Is, taking your text to distance

I
Oh I
You
Oh you

Submitted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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