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


"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 4 Years 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 4 Years 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 4 Years Ago


4 Years Ago

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

4 Years 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.


Posted 4 Years Ago


4 Years 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.

Posted 4 Years Ago

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

Posted 4 Years Ago

I like the meaning!
Keep it up!!

Posted 4 Years Ago

wow,this is a dark write ! loved it

Posted 4 Years Ago

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Added on December 30, 2016
Last Updated on December 30, 2016



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