poetryrepairs #237 v17.05:056
Sisyphus' Struggle (II) BY Sabahudin Hadzialic
: DESPERATION BREEDS LIFE TO THE MOST HONOURABLE DEEDS
: AND I AM A PART OF THE JIG-SAW
: THE MOTHER OF ALL POEMS

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DESPERATION BREEDS LIFE TO THE MOST HONOURABLE DEEDS

A friend of mine Confided in me today That desperation breads my inspiration. I just said That was nicely put if it were not for him I wouldn’t have recalled at all the bitter sting (of desperation)

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AND I AM A PART OF THE JIG-SAW

It feels so good to watch your own reflection mirrored in destiny. While it disappears under a surge of odd barbarians. They looked just fine when taken on face value. And the story goes on until they splashed their cards on the table. Mimicking yet again not only myths but written legends.

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THE MOTHER OF ALL POEMS

Thirty years ago I wrote my first poem. At least I thought that it was a poem… I still write poems… And I still think that I am writing poems !




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