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|Reviewed by jan nunn
|excellant write Tarek.This screams " prove it"..the only proof I need is how I feel,too much emphasis on logic reason in this world..prehaps that is why we have lost so much..if we can 'prove 'somethng then we feel in control,of higher value..but if it's just a feeling,we discount it as worthless!Well not for me reason and logic,the greatest thing on earth is love and how does one prove that..feeling.Long LIve Spontaneity!Long Live Faith,Long live Feeling.Prehaps the next 'age' will be of the soul,of the unproven,unlogical.
You are indeed a great writer,making the reader think,ponder,feel..thankyou
|Reviewed by Robert Williams
|Greetings in Peace,
I read your poem after having read your article elsewhere on Eurocentrism, which already had left me with a lump in my throat. So I was predisposed to feeling the pain in your writing. So much pain, so much tragedy, so much sadness.
The irony is that our own Amish and Old Order Mennonites here in the States share many practices with third world populations for which they're well respected rather than disdained. And on top of that, they smile all the way to the bank because they profit around $130 from an acre of land by their traditional farming methods, whereas the corporate farms are lucky to make $10 an acre. I guess what I'm trying to say is hold your head high the same as Amish and Mennonite and don't succumb to cultural programming, which is financed in Egypt by the United States. Besides Israel, Egypt recieves the most foreign aid from the U.S., which pays for loading your MATRIX. But as the Amish and Mennonite have demonstrated, one can still find freedom in an unfree world without having to do like Absaal and Hayy Ibn Yaqzaan and hideout on an uninhabited Indian island.
Peace in our time.
|Reviewed by Jeff Mason
|johnny mnemonic would be proud. this is "out there." and, as we all know, 'the matrix cannot be unloaded,' if so, we would all cease to exist.|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|i realy like your style and the motif of this poem... can the matrix be unloaded once it is activated?|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Astonishing write Tarak! You teach us to delve and ponder the truths which are so often obfuscated by lies!I love your work ! Thank you for sharing it with us!|
|Reviewed by Vesna Perkovic
|...Tarek..the essence of you thrills me..this is going into my library..as many of your other writes have...ty ..for I always leave your Den blessed with thoughts that nibble at my mind..
|Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
|"one plus one equals two one plus two equals three
three plus three equals seven
one minus one equals nothing
nothing nothing nothing equals infinity"
Tarek....My dear friend....This is very profound write my friend....You always decorate AD with your deep and powerful writes...and this is yet another of your classic write....I adore your writes a lot....and this goes straight into my library....cheers....love n luck....BHUWAN