Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Genie!! I want a fourth wish dude!!

There are moments in your life when you literally
feel the hidden pain in lonliness deep in your bones.
You stay up the whole night, crying and praying for the lonliness to end.
Then the next morning you find your wish granted
and yourself among people who are speaking in a language
you don't speak nor understand & they are not speaking to you either.
Then you feel a deeper pain, wishing for the lonliness to return
and heal your now deeper wound.
I wish for lonliness to take me in his warm arms
and set me free from this place I feel alienated.
If your father is Mr. Lonliness shouldn't you also be a Mr. Lonliness?????


nuh ibn zbigniew gondek said...

As salaam alaikum.

Glad I surfed in.

I am a Canadian Muslim writer i've posted a new essay on the topic of our one, big, old Islamic family:

Wa salaama,

nuh ibn

David said...

Loneliness. I am no stranger to that feeling! Blogging has helped me to feel less lonely, but sometimes it is not enough. Sometimes I need face to face contact with people that I can relate to on an intellectual or emotional level. In my life, such people have been rare finds. Perhaps I have just been looking in the wrong places. I suggest that you try looking in some different places, also. Do you have a hobby? For example, do you like to play chess? Some years ago, I became good friends with someone who loved to play chess. He usually beat me, but that was ok. After the game, we would talk about lots of interesting things. :) I hope you find your genie!!

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Hooman said...

Us, and Them
And after all were only ordinary men.
Me, and You.
God only knows it's not what we would choose to do.

I'm your biggest fan, you know.

LiVEwiRe said...

Nothing is given to us by lineage. Well, nothing like that, anyway. We aren't able to claim it or discount it by right. There is something special about being in a class by yourself but when you feel that no connections can be made, that sort of dulls the picture, doesn't it? If I ever find an answer, I'll gladly share it with you.

Behrooz said...

Happy New Year.

The New Year is there again and so are our good wishes!
Let's wish that this New Year would bring joy, happiness, prosperity, love, health, understanding and what you need most at this stage of your life. Let's wish that life could be fairer to all, because if life is just fair to me or to you then somebody might be the loser elsewhere. Yet, this is what we think, and we may be nowhere near the truth. Thus, let's just hope things to turn out to be much better than what we wish for each other and for ourselves. That's the best I can offer to you and to me. Have a year full of unexpected and expected success and happiness for yourself and your loved ones.
Happy New Year.

Behrooz: Under Western Sky

mariamusic said...

Happy Norouz Dr. O2


David said...

Happy Nowruz Omid! :) May this new year bring you happiness, or at least some relief from loneliness! ;)

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Hooman said...

hi, just wanted to say that i added u in my blog, Happy New Year

Orhan Kahn said...

This post was alot deeper than most would suspect. Great effort.