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Astrologists just named a few stars.
But the rest of stars remained nameless.
The anonymous stars are very jubilant
because no telescope is scrutinizing them.
They just bathe in their gaze-proof robes
around the orgasmic moon’s lights.
See! How seductive anonymity is!


This is not a Sermon
Tiny dots or pixels form the image
on the computer screen.
Again, see a chance inside
the circle of Willis.
Start a longitudinal journey,
assemble those tiny bits,
& venture into dreams.
This is not a sermon.
This is just a suggestion.



Ali Znaidi, Redeyef, Tunisia



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