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To Cecilia
by Tarek Ali Hassan
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To Cecilia
(This is my first published poem in the university magazine (CLARE) during a romantic phase of my youth now I am searching for publishers for the post-romantic material that came later in life)



 

 

The sad arpeggios bursting gently like blobs of coloured ice melting into nothingness as they are born

and in the pulsating horizon wailing violins search for fingers lost in the beyond
alone and all and alone
red orange blue purple green flashes of ice and sun

oh magic voice of visions

let me kiss that innocence again
do you remember one summer when nature smiled?
on the side of a green hill dotted with stillness
when we climbed the mountain to the top of the world
when we floated hugging the the air
when we rode the smoke and embraced the sun
a skinless amoeba dissolving and dissolved
even the tears in our eyes were beautiful
and the blood sucking flies
do you remember when they mixed our bloods in Wagnerian ritual
in the calm of that summer when nature smiled
when we said goodbye
when we wept kissed and stretched out our hands wailing our separation
when we wanted and did not want
when we lied when we cried
when so frightened of the unknown we died
on that summer day
when we embraced the world but would not learn
as the dots of stillness by the slope
silent sheep oblivious of all drama or fear
munched their grass and slept awake

Mozart and Osiris
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Reviewed by Jeff Mason
Splendid, breathtaking poetry at its best! Tarek, I've missed you. This was well worth sharing. -- Jeff
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
silent sheep oblivious of all drama or fear
munched their grass and slept awake


..indeed...sigh



Vesna:)
Reviewed by A PAX
universal emtoions

when we wept kissed and stretched out our hands wailing our separation
when we wanted and did not want


so beautifully expressed........
each generations suffers the same trials depending on circumstance..........
loves a bitch, huh?
pax A
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
Tarek....welcome back....welcome back...you dont know how happy I am to read you again....I missed you very much....And you are back with a bang....genuine write yet again from the master whom I adore a lot....your poems are really a treasure and I always learn from them a lot.... I am delighted to read this wonderful old poem of yours...wow, Tarek was a very romantic soul in his youth days...I know you will be forever romantic....I am saving this straight...This is something which I will read again and again...My best verse is....let me kiss that innocence again
do you remember one summer when nature smiled?....clap clap clap.....welcome back mentor...Hoping to read more of yours in future and learn from you....cheers...love n luck....BHUWAN
Reviewed by jude forese
"when we embraced the world but would not learn" this line sums up the essence of this spectacular poem ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Tarek this is a glorious declaration of love,
bittersweet remembrances so sweet and lovely!
A pleasure to read you again, You are missed!
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

It is always a learning blissful moment to visit Your Den,
Sublime Poet!

On this century of Poetic Revelation, when all past will mingle with now to be poemized in one single Voice of the VERB, it is glorious to know that the earthily son of Apollo, using the tools and technique of Asclepius, dedicated pupil of Hippocrates and Mozart, Tarek Ali Hassan, is another pen to write on the scrolls of life the emotions of eternity to comply with the poetic mission.

“To Cecilia” is an enjoyable romance grand.

May You enjoy a long healthy life.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
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