Book Review for The Iraqi Nights:

Subterranean Blue Poetry

Volume III Issue V




Tablets

1.

She pressed her ear against the shell:

she wanted to hear everything

he never told her.

5.

Water needs no wars

to mix with water

and fill the blank spaces.

7.

He watches TV

While she holds a novel.

On the novel’s cover

there’s a man watching TV

and a woman holding a novel.

20.

Cinderella left her slipper in Iraq

along with the smell of cardamom

wafting from the teapot,

and the huge flower,

its mouth gaping like death.


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