SIX HAIKU POEMS – Ali Znaidi

Posted: September 14, 2012 in Fiction, Poetry
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  heat thickens the air
a monster and a furnace
  bodies bathe in sweat

    venomous snakes hissed
from every sides of the bush
             hot sirocco wind

        Dust under the roof
The ceiling glitters with light
        Her rusty long nails

          two black clouds dancing
raindrops quenching the soil’s thirst
                   a bra drying up

              a necklace of snow
locked between two strawberries
            white sugary teeth

   cloying strawberries
melted by a rough river
    when kissing her lips

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