Mirage


A cold winter day in the afternoon walked on streets of loneliness
Far away in snow was a tall tree with branches but leafless
Two black birds on it exchanged kisses with kindness
Slowly turned and looked into distant past with eagerness
By miracle what I saw was a mirage of illusions so lifeless
Suddenly preferred to continue the journey with forgiveness
Nice starry night reached secretly with silence and darkness
Searched for the moon among shining stars brought happiness
Sometimes choose silence or sometimes smiled with sadness
Complain was a lasting regret unfortunately brought madness
Now the best choice in life is accepting the truth with calmness

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My poems were published in some anthologies in America. This one, "Mirage," is about my spiritual feeling in life. I got married to Dr. Masoud Moayeri and we have two children, a son, Ali, and a daughter, Valeh. Both are in their last year of a PhD degree.