When we learned laughs, the moon lights sleep in our lids, and when I groped the face of strange voice, the vehicles pass very fast. How you can imagine this? How you can count what the cloud tells you?
Anwer Ghani is an Iraqi poet and literary theorist. He lives in Iraq now and worked in a hospital as consultant physician. He has poetry collections in Arabic in e-book form, and many books in poetry criticism in Arabic. He is the chief editor of Tajdeed, an Arabic prose poem magazine, and of Arcs, a prose poem magazine.