Fatima Nusairat

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Two Windows Overlooking On..


Two windows overlooking on
Forty winter and summer..;
Two windows overlooking on
The time that passed..
From under the shade of pine trees..
Overlooking like snakes in dry seasons..!
,
Chapters.. ignite in her way
Happy and sad leaves..,
As a burnt leaves in a crimson color
As if they were only lights
In two windows overlooking on..
Forty winter and summer..!
,
Two windows overlooking silently..
On the dream blossoms
Which grows above the marble.
,
On the threshold season cool and dry..
How my pigtail will wake up, when the wind blows
Cool in the dawn alleys..? !
How it will wake up, in front of mirrors..
And the wind chew my body and.. time..? !
,
I feel cold..Oh mom..
As if the face of the sun will not shine
At the same moment, of both polar at a time..!
,
Two windows overlooking on..
Forty winter and summer..
And.. time is running out
And.. the wind stinging me..
On the threshold of seasons of dry and.. cool..!

Submitted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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