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The Man from the Moon


Artwork and poem by Aman Sirohey, inspired by Dalia Albarak’s poem “The Lady on the Moon”


Farther,

Away from home.

Wind,

Whispering from the heart

Of the once lone.

Tranquility,

He felt from the stars.

Stopped,

His mental wars.

Seclusion,

Was his conclusion.

Decided,

His decision to stay divided.

A poem about experiencing extreme serendipity and tranquility from one’s freedom resulting from being alone.

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