Friday, November 1, 2019




what is this heavy rain for
To moisturize the thirsty soil
Or to heal wounds of the soul
Don't ask many questions
Rise your forehead to the sky
Then cry as much as you can
No one will recognize your tears
They will think that
They are just drops of rain
Crossing your cheeks towards earth
The soul is heavy with dark clouds
But sooner sun will shine
And rainbows appear again

Everlasting Life

Wen -di the brave dragon rider
Went on adventure
Left his soft wife alone
He climbed the Chinese high peaks
In search of immortality
What he discovered later
Life is a short journey
No way to everlasting life
He decided to go back
Following his footprints
But the old dragon couldn't go further
So tired for such adventure
The dragon was weak
Obliged to settle on the peak
And face his destiny
Then Wen- di said to his dear companion
No way to stay isolated
I should go back to my wife
And live the rest of my life
In love and harmony
He walked down for long days
Till he reached his beloved wife
He found her on the verge of starting a journey
She had no time to a farewell party
Just waved her hand
And left searching for a miraculous plant
That brings back youth to her face and body
Poor Wen-di again lost his beloved wife
He missed to remind   her
The lesson he learned from his journey
Life is not measured by the long years
But by the precious moments they shared

Near The Tree

I am a lover of nature
What am I doing in the city centre
In my room all is artificial
Even the air the conditioner blows
Depending on electric energy
What a disturbing sound!
Near the tree...
I can breathe fresh air
I can wander in the garden of my dreams
I can sing with birds and dance with butterflies
I can read my unfinished book
I can converse with the writer and the heroes
I can give the story an end of my choice
I can simply feel peace
I can dig a hole and plant another tree
For a dreamer like me
Who will enjoy the shade
And write a poem or paint on canvas
My 🌲 tree I planted once
The flower doesn't complain about its short days
The flower counts how many times it amazed
The eyes


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