Poetry

March 10, 2016 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

By

Soodabeh Saeidnia and Peter Heerings

 

 

A Dream

 

 

A book in a hand

A hand in a sleeve

A sleeve on a dress

A dress from a beauty

A beauty rays from a firm

A firm is nothing

without the brilliant lady on it

 

A lady on a chair

A chair on the meadow

A meadow in his dream

A dream of roses blooming

Roses without thorns

Do not exist in his life

 

A dream about a sunny day

A day among the thousands

of days he passed through

will remind him always

Became the remembrance day

 

He loves her much

She is his day

She is his night

His dreams are only her

Yet in the morning she is gone

 

His eyes are closed

He sees her walking

Seems like she comes to him

but when he thinks she will be there

He just feels cold thin air

 

He prays and hopes

He waits and thinks

Of future days ahead

That day of truth

The day she’ll kiss him

The day he hopes will come

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Soodabeh Saeidnia

Soodabeh Saeidnia was born in Iran and received Pharm.D. and also Ph.D. of Pharmacognosy. She is also interested in English literature and poetry, and has published a collection of her poems, Words for myself, in the Farsi language. Now, living in New York as a freelance researcher, she would like to share her thoughts and feelings with other people. Her published poetry includes “Scarecrow”, “Freedom” and “Pieces of Heaven” in Sisyphus Quarterly; “Praise”, “sufficiency”, and “Where is my boat captain?” in LA Libertad; “White Spirit of Africa” in Royal Times; “Oh I forgot your name” in Squawk Back, “The playful breeze” in TimBookTu, “Oxymoron” in Paradox, and pieces forthcoming in Her Mind Rocks, Bobbling Irrational, and 352 Degrees. Most recently, her poem “Magic list” passed semifinal contest of PoetryNation and has been accepted to be published in their book “The Dwells of Minds”.

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