Nassy Fesharaki

Veteran Poet - 3,826 Points (Dec 29 / Iran)

Zorro


Zorro

Zorro means fox
In my place Zorro is forbidden
Forbidden means no, not at all
Zorro is forbidden but not fox
Zorro wears max
Mask is needed to hide, to cover, and to pretend
Not everyone needs mask
Mask is costly but is necessary for angels, spies and Charlatans.
Zorro is camouflaged; He is an angel after righteous.

I was born and trained as a Muslim
Told that should go after Righteous
In my town, my home place of birth
Righteous is forbidden.

They told me of Imam Hussein
To me Zorro is Imam Hussein
Imam Hussein is forbidden

Brutally as he was killed
I see us too
Therefore we are …

Ashoura is the day we mourn
We mourn for Imam Hussein

Those who preach told us the lies
Perfectly I see. Preachers are liars

Muslim preachers are the mullahs

Islam hates lies, is against liars
Enemies of God are the Liars

God’s enemies are the mullahs

What can we be and what am I,
A forbidden?

Submitted: Friday, November 22, 2013
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