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Haiku ix ~ Australia
Nature & I ~ Nature
Our Dreams ~ Other
Haiku vii ~ Weep Not Child
Say ~ Other
Where We Belong
Mother Land (iii) ~ Africa
Dolphin ~ Passion
Tread My Shoes ~ Memoir
Crossroad ~ Middle East
Indifferent ~ Other
I'll Be There ~ Passion
Bridge ~ Other
I Have A Dream ~ Unity
Could "Simply Destined" be the phrase
To defined thou on world’s slate?
Ample destruction, tight space for peace,
The latter is seldom cherished with ease.
None stop of un-rhythmical tune at play,
No wonder kids, run insane!
Illustrious talks of chants;
set to calm tides of the Red Sea
And raise safer waves;
of surfable Blue Sea.
* Kirasi lined near and far from Nile,
Miles of endless sitting of smiles.
Often ends in warm handshakes,
To unite Rabbis and Sheikhs.
Wonder why all pulls no worthy thread?
In reality, fascist tailor made the trend.
O ye fruitless, barren trees,
Haven’t thou ridges that’s drought free?!
Peace is near, near to far from reach,
Its advocates' rights are often breached.
Tongue tied and hooked on porch,
Where weary crows often to perch.
Spirituality, foresights of opportunities,
Dooming in burning-blaze of furies.
From the same crossroad man set off,
As the path spreads, he fumbles and scoff.
If shelling the sheds of the innocent,
Splattering one's life and others are decent,
Tell me, of what merit,
Will tomorrow inherit?
(Dedicated to those whose lives are shattered through rift and war)
* Kirasi = Chairs
2005 Re-edited 2006
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