Saturday, January 05, 2013

~Burned Page~

Burning Page 5/365 by George Arnaldo
Burning Page 5/365, a photo by George Arnaldo on Flickr.
Is over or it at the beginning the new year unfolds ...going on second year of being so far .... Yet..Emotionally connected ..the hassle is yet not over yet or at least at my end.. What is emotionally connected I wonder and where you keep that line and you confirm emotionally detached ...

~Burned Page~

If you know how much I want write a poetry about you
The ordeal of a woman connected or detached
The paraphrases of you and who you are
The lingering into your world
The urge to slash away
Yet two apart connected in a chain
A ring that I do not understand
A meaningless of love and hate
Tide yet untied ..the list goes on
Of what you are and what you are not
For sure you are out of my world
But why you insist to be part of mine
Your obsession to linger into my page
Though that page is torn
Of what love have remained
Take your path away from me
I'm detached of what you are and what you are not
Clear as sun there is no returning back

Copyright 2013 nasra al adawi


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