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Volume 11


Prequel - January 2013


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Moazam Rauf

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Moazam Rauf

Moazam Rauf is based in Lahore. He studied computer science and management. Apart from writing, He is interested in philosophy (he didn't add 'studying' since he believes that philosophy is more of an activity), photography and computer networks.

        
      
       
            
              

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Kind Illusions


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You say that I am full of contradictions:
I have delicate wrists, but strong forearms.
The length of my fingers is perfectly shaped
To reach out to the crevasses of your soul.
I enter your little paradise arrogantly
As if I were God, playing the role of a fiery serpentine.
And in the end, I only feel my own heartbeat
While my ear rests on your breast.

 

 

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