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B&P’s Shadorma and Beyond: Zeki Majed – September 24, 2016

 

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Greetings, friends of MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie!   Please accept my sincerest apologies for being so far behind in visiting and commenting on your posts, as I am in the middle of moving!

For this week we will continue to follow Candy’s lead by reinterpreting an existing poem as a shadorma.

A shadorma is, of course, written with a syllable count of 3/5/3/3/7/5. It can be one stanza or several – so long as each stanza follows 3/5/3/3/7/5.

Today’s poem is “Dancing in the Olive Field” by Syrian poet, Zeki Majed:

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Dancing in the Olive Field

With your fragile soul in my arms
We move with the rhythm of our hearts
Side to side, left and right
We both feel love inside
For each other, for the sight
Of the setting sun, for your beautiful eyes
Where I see the reflection of the moon rise
As we are moving with the wind
So gentle, yet the entire world can feel
The passion which we carry when our bare feet
Slide across the land like a summer breeze
With your head on my chest, your hands in mine
We are dancing in the olive field…
With a sinful smile…
The scent of heaven reaches my tears
That travel across my face
Full of sorrow, that leaves
Like the autumn leaves
Waiting to be replaced by spring…
Like the happiness that you bring
When we are dancing in the olive field…
Side to side, left and right
Forever intertwined…with you my darling
As we…are dancing in the olive field…

(c) Zeki Majed, 2015

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After you’ve written your Shadorma post it on your own blog. Tag it B&Ps Shadorma and Beyond and MindLoveMisery’sMenagerie, then link it here so we can all read and enjoy your work. Don’t forget to visit and comment on other blogs!

See you again in two weeks!

 

 

 

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8 comments on “B&P’s Shadorma and Beyond: Zeki Majed – September 24, 2016

  1. kim881
    September 24, 2016

    Thank you for introducing me to this wonderful Syrian poet. I would love to see more examples of poetry from different parts of the world.

    • mislucja
      September 26, 2016

      Your wish is my command 🙂
      Paloma

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  3. Cressida
    September 24, 2016

    This is an inspiring poem. Thank you .

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