Micro Poem 27

BABBLING OF THE IRRATIONAL

Night fell

for the innocence

of dawn

right in front of

the moon’s eyes

How impossible is

hiding a new affair

in the sunshine

–Soodabeh Saeidina

Soodabeh was born in Iran and received multiple degrees from Tehran University of Medical Sciences. She has being worked as the University researcher, as a professor for 10 years in Japan, Iran and Canada, and has published about 150 scientific papers in prestigious journals as well as books in both English and Persian. Now, she is living in New York with her husband and 9-year-old son. She is interested in writing science fiction and poems in English, and has published a book of her poems in Persian named “Words for myself”, which you can find here, as well as her Facebook and Twitter.

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Micro Poem 26

BABBLING OF THE IRRATIONAL

I know you enjoy

watching me

to swing

like a wandered

pendulum

between two eternities

But my dear

I already cut

the hope rope

–Soodabeh Saeidina

Soodabeh was born in Iran and received multiple degrees from Tehran University of Medical Sciences. She has being worked as the University researcher, as a professor for 10 years in Japan, Iran and Canada, and has published about 150 scientific papers in prestigious journals as well as books in both English and Persian. Now, she is living in New York with her husband and 9-year-old son. She is interested in writing science fiction and poems in English, and has published a book of her poems in Persian named “Words for myself”, which you can find here, as well as her Facebook and Twitter.

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Micro Poem 25

BABBLING OF THE IRRATIONAL

Believe

in the beginning

of a new season

Trash

your tattered feelings

and worn words

Bleed

all that moldy thought

It’s just a start

–Soodabeh Saeidina

Soodabeh was born in Iran and received multiple degrees from Tehran University of Medical Sciences. She has being worked as the University researcher, as a professor for 10 years in Japan, Iran and Canada, and has published about 150 scientific papers in prestigious journals as well as books in both English and Persian. Now, she is living in New York with her husband and 9-year-old son. She is interested in writing science fiction and poems in English, and has published a book of her poems in Persian named “Words for myself”, which you can find here, as well as her Facebook and Twitter.

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