By Anwer Ghani
The mosaicked poem is a poem composed of multiple poems that have a different superficial structure but they are of one deep idea and target.
A Mostly White Rabbit
I am a sad rabbit but inside me there is a big white flower. This black world has broken my legs, but I can’t hate it because my mother has planted a white flower in my heart. Yes, I am a white rabbit with a broken leg, and all these big flowers are just a short story of my hidden love. You can see it; you can smell its fragrance, and you also can see my broken leg.
A Smiling Rabbit
It is very strange that I can’t do anything but smile. You know; I am the smiling rabbit and if you rummage my pocket you won’t find just orange. Look at my hand; it is warm and may look at my face; it is a shadow. When the morning sees my eyes, it gets to shine smile, but when the evening touches my heart, it will see my hidden wound. Yes, it is me; the very smiling rabbit of the wasteland where everything is a shadow even my smile.
A Flying Rabbit
We have a small garden, and a small rabbit always wears his wings, flying with delight; at morning and at evening, but these black voices had stolen his lovely wing so I am now a flying rabbit without wings. You can’t imagine the deep sorry of a flying rabbit without wings. Someday you will remember me and you will know that your hidden hand has stolen my wing and you will know the size of my lost love and my lost flying.
Bio: Anwer Ghani
Anwer Ghani is an Iraqi poet and writer. He was born in 1973 in Alhilla city. His name had appeared in Adelaide, Zarf, Peacock, Otoliths, Algebra of Owls, and others.
His poetry also had appeared in Inner Child Press anthology “The Year Of The Poet”. Anwer Ghani is the chief editor of “Tajdeed” literary magazine. He had, in Arabic, forty books in literature and religious sciences.
Anwer Ghani is the chief representative of the World Nations Writers Union (WNWU) in Iraq, a member of international writers association (IWA), and the established “Tajdeed Literary Institute (TLI)” and the annual “Tajdeed” Prize for expressive narrative.