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Hitch your wagon to a star

Gardens of Sana'a a poem by M.T. Al-Mansouri, Ph.D.

 

The anger of the sea, people, the brightness and heat of the sun and the gravity of the moon shakening the oceans are the very nature of expression of anger by natural beings.
Revolution of the Sea, the browsers of the grass by browsing animals, the eye witness and the galaxy of the milky ways are the glamours of the supernatural being.
Gardens of Sana'a has collections of walnuts, almonds and grapes.
The scarcity of rain, waves of seas shaking ships, have drama to play.
Gardens of Sana'a are the arts of the raptures.
Gardens of Sana'a are where daggers and other weapons are hidden. The opium and Khat are the sedetives of madness.
Gardens of Sana'a are filled with darkness, rains and the shrouds of pecking birds.
Gardens of Sana'a  are filled with hymns, the glories of the flowers it emmits and songs of Gypsies are roaring.
A reminder that Sana'a was once the garden of Edan.

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