the possibility

the possibility

A Poem by Latifa
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this poem is dedicated for those who seek freedom wherever they might be

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sigh, I do sigh 

for the life I am acquainted with 

sly, piercing sly eyes

 I am surrounded with

why, I ask why I grabbed the bitter pith

 

abided, I am abided to flee

to roam, I to roam 

like a humming bee

lurking, idling

 to every place, every corner 

to unfold the possibility 

© 2013 Latifa


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another brilliant piece. your choice and repetition of words are captivating. lovely

Posted 6 Years Ago


You always captivate my mind. Such powerful words.

Posted 6 Years Ago


Latifa

6 Years Ago

thank you for your kind words, I'm very glad to hear that
Wish you freedom of mind, soul and body .. it is a very strong poem.

Posted 6 Years Ago


Latifa

6 Years Ago

thank you for the review
╰☆╮This is a clever piece. Great work, keep writing!╰☆╮

Posted 6 Years Ago


Latifa

6 Years Ago

thank you :)........
Thanks! Are Algerians Arabs? Is the country experiencing the Arab Spring?

Posted 6 Years Ago


Latifa

6 Years Ago

yeah we're arabs but we're not experiencing the arab spring cause we had it in the nineties when ter.. read more
I'm a little lost Latifa: "I ask why I grabbed the bitter pith abided. I looked pith up. It means the rind of fruit.

Posted 6 Years Ago


Latifa

6 Years Ago

it's a metaphor for misery dear
It is the possibility of that which we have yet to discover the encourages us to continue, to carry on a quest of love, or dreams to come true, of life not yet lived! When one must be the victim of a hardship, there are many questions to be answered. Are we at fault? We must face it and seek the answers to make it better!!
Very nice thoughts to share!!

Posted 7 Years Ago


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You have that intriguing style of word repetition that is really appealing. I liked this just as I like all of your work.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Latifa

7 Years Ago

thank you dear for your kind words

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oran, oran, Algeria



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