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person Sophia Naz, two poems

2016 Pushcart Prize nominee, Sophia Naz is a poet, writer, translator and editor published in numerous literary journals. Her poetry collections are Peripheries, Pointillism… 642 mots de plus

What was Paul Simon thinking?

And in the naked light I saw
Ten thousand people, maybe more
People talking without speaking
People hearing without listening
People writing songs that voices never share… 493 mots de plus



The red light appeared and the driver stopped the car. She was listening to a song that she hadn’t heard in quite a while, actually in five years. 300 mots de plus


my heart’s been set free
i’ve answered to its plea
for finally you know that i love you
and that i have for years quite few… 128 mots de plus


Scared thoughts on the way

​Getting late you hailed a bus whose driver pointed ahead. You knew it went to your destination. But the price wasn’t right. You waited for another. 442 mots de plus


Dangerous Games

Her fingernails gored into my spine,
Horrifying reminders of a beautiful game,
Dangerous memories where we crossed the line,
A world for two, her heart reserved in my name, 15 mots de plus



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The rain had beaten holes in our backs and it was my idea to come here. 2,000 miles from home. You owned a Mazda and I owned a dream, and together we had $40 and no place to sleep. 276 mots de plus

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