- sao paulo, sp, Brazil
- member since March 30, 2008
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The whole literary appetite of rednecks is much different than I expected. Are you hoping to combine gastronomy and journalism? I'm a health food nut. funny how once you learn about what foods do to your body, it's very difficult to not change your eating habits. Good luck. Dawn
“Death and Love”
Written by Mehdi Ghasemi; 24 Dec 2002
“Touch” was the most important word in my life, giving me an identity, but the time had spaced out us.
Lonely, like my soul, desolated and sunken in the vow of celibacy thinking to only one thing: disengaging myself from the time.
Without any powerful endurance, I closed the edge of a precipice. Nothing thither, I cried out your name, but no reply hardly ever!
I flied from the edge, gliding and then falling dawn. I called you again, but ….
I fell down to the ground and died. How I was in buoyant mood! Soon afterwards I came to myself, realizing immediately that I was drawn into the loneliness as well as my previous world. It came to me that I may not feel the inaccessibility. Time is nonsense in here and it would be in the blink of an eye if you even die in your own world after thousands years and come to me. So I closed my eye and opened it quickly….
You! Right! You were in front of me! But they took you to a place far from me. Again I got alone! They put us in the fire! Wish we burnt in one flame! Together forever! But no, not again …. Each of us was burning in his or her own fire; you because of the offence of being awake in moonlit nights of that world and me because of coming soon to this world. No ash was remained from our burning. Wish there was wind; there was ash too! Maybe our ashes would be interlaced with each other. But, it sounds as if “touch” is the most outdated word in here.
Thanks for telling me about your country. Well, Kuwait is overlooking Arabian Gulf. Very small country. Main religion is Islam, Arabic is the main language, English is second. It is a pretty modern country even though we still keep some of our heritage. Very rich country, due to oil industry. Safe and peaceful. But, it is not a tourist country at all. Unless you like shopping, we have great malls, great restaurants and coffee shops. I don’t think we have Brazilian restaurants thoughI checked your blog but it was in Portages, I could not understand it(