Poem by Aziz Muntaser

Poem by Aziz Muntaser
Ashes are dusted
And the spray of anemone apartments smells
With the red sunset
And you receive your moon night
With chants of tunes
The pulses of hope nearby
And you twist the dew of absence
Let the volcano of memories explode
From the beauty of yesterday
From Areej Fall Flowers
And the nights of longing
And it sprouts in your present
The gardens of absence of happiness
And the love of life
And the dawn brings you calmness
With the light of sunrise
And your eyes open
On the pages of truth
And you rise up dust ashes
The memories
And you come back again
To the aches
To the beautiful patience
locked up in your lessons
Decree on your gap
With stripes of extreme thirst

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