sief mahasneh

sief mahasneh


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Before "1996" I disliked reading poetry! but I loved reading short stories and novels.
The cadence that I felt when I was reading poems made me love reading and writing poetry which was from the beginning full of metaphor, fantasy and strange unbelievable imagination.

It was deep and mysterious, creeping between my brain's molecules as strange flagrance that makes me addicted to the letters and the words and the stanzas of any good poem that I read or write.
I believed that the genres of the poetry must not classified as prose or free verse or rhyme, however it was, it must be equal to itself
I believed that the pen must bleed the paper without any division or rules which forced the poet to fill his writings with anything which the poem does not need .
Absolutely it is my ego that must be the judge and the lord of the poem:
if it chose rhyme or prose or something between free verse and poetry prose, it will be free
Because of that, the poems were different and so strange without letting the fingerprints of the others pigment their individuality.
So the poems are my ego and my ego is the collation of my poems
So I wish that I was a creature of poetry
intermingled with the leaflets
pigmented with my fingers cyanosis
and the colors which out of my body that coming out of its combustion
I wish if I were a boat of language
set sail across his navigating
and drowned into his ultimate.
I wish if I had eyeballs of metal
and legs of mist
and silky face denuding by translucence of the light
and kissed by eyes which full of thirst.
I wish if I hunted the angels imagination
and moved It around my head.
I published three poetry book in Arabic if I translate its titles it will be as this
What Is Not To Be" 2011"- Cells Of The Soul "2006"
The Biography Of The Being "2011"

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