gargling parallelly

gargling parallelly

A Poem by Latifa
"

happy new year everyone :)

"

I taste freedom with  a spoon of questions.

I gargle it

 to contemplate.


I make no thinking pose.

 I Veneer my visage with conformity,

 Gargling Parallelly.


At times....

I break the spoon

and gulp the gelatinous mirage of zombies around me

Sighing:

"I am one of them "


© 2016 Latifa



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It almost felt like shifting back and forth between two worlds. Very imaginative writing. It inspires a lot of thought.

Posted 10 Months Ago


The title caught my attention. My favorite line is "gulp the gelatinous mirage of zombies". I like usage of gargle as to mull over.

Posted 11 Months Ago


Your words provoke such vivid colors, such movement of thought, and a world of mist that haunts and hungers. You speak a novel in just 11 lines, dear Latifa.

Posted 11 Months Ago


Latifa

11 Months Ago

ooh what encouraging review, omg I really appreciate your reviews craig .
An owl on the moon

11 Months Ago

And I always appreciate your poetry, Latifa. :)
Hell no! With my foot pounding on the entire Earth's surface. I love you, always will, your writing eclipses zombie apocalypse.

Love,
Al

Posted 11 Months Ago


Latifa

11 Months Ago

ooh thank you for your encouraging review Alfred , I appreciate it, it mad me smile :) :) :)
I did like the flow of thoughts with the perfect ending. It is scary when we learn. We have became the same. Thank you Latifa for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 11 Months Ago


This is interesting !! Happy New year!
Thank you for sharing :)!

Posted 11 Months Ago


I like the meaning!
Keep it up!!

Posted 11 Months Ago


wow,this is a dark write ! loved it

Posted 11 Months Ago



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Latifa

oran, oran, Algeria



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