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Cubism

I could hear the colors– 
yellow and red,
hatred and love,
and the similar ones
 
I could see the noises–   
lovingly whispered
through the breeze of a morning May
 
I could touch the taste
of the green pear–    
with my tongue and my lips
 
I could speak NOTHINGNESS–
in the presence of the silence
and I could feel the festivity of the senses–
in my absolute absence





Martin Foroz (Mohammad Forouzani) is an Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature. He is Iranian but he presently lives in Oman and teaches at the University.  His previous publications concern language teaching areas. Regarding literary pieces, he has been writing poems in both Persian (native language) and English in the past twenty years, and his English poems have recently been published in Voice of Monarch Butterflies: Middle Eastern anthology by Ten Poets from Ganges to Nile, Tuck Magazine, Raven Cage Ezine, The Poet Community, Daath Voyage Journal, Peacock Journal, Scarlet Leaf Magazine, Literature Without Borders (Rhythm of Peace), The Criterion, Amulet Magazine, Mystical Muse Magazine, The Stray Branch, The Tower Journal, Poetry of Moon, and Realistic Poetry International: The Valiant United Editions, IV. Martin has published two full-length collections of poems “Inside Out” and “Out Inside” and he has completed his third collection for publication.

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