Thirst in the desert.

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Love hit him like a dust storm lashes upon,

 The traveler abandoned by his caravan

In the middle of the Sahara desert.

His love is like the golden yellow sands,

That dance and tremble in his sight –

Beautiful, yet distant and ominous;

Thirsty for love he drudges on.

    Will he ever taste the waters of his lovely oasis?

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Author: Nishi

Lifes imperfections give you those wonderful brainwaves which translate to stories and poems that enlighten and entertain.

8 thoughts on “Thirst in the desert.”

    1. Though Ive wanted to experiment with it since I heard of it in Poetry class in college this is the first time Ive done something like this.It seems the Greeks have used this style in the 2nd and 3rd centuries and then the term was officially coined in Brazil in the 1950s..Thank you Wuji.. 🙂

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