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Sunday, March 27, 2016

The Night

Nightmare

The Night


The night passes You never Night goes quiet You vociferously Night returns You survival In mind Like film without stop Memories of a torture Bitter visualization a reality Night of the gap Comes out Continuous Replication a woman The next cell Shouts Screaming Pleads Help needed I was in the adjacent cell Depending hands Hear her cry I cry with her I ache for her I am with her scream I am incapable incapable That night was over But the nightmare never lets me down.


Jahangir
Kuala Lumpur
27/03/2016


4 comments:

  1. Wowww..dramatically expressed...i like it..

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  2. Fantastic my dear brother!! Many congratulations. You could show every feeling you experienced through your deep and shallowly words. I could visualise your nightmare. Thank you so much.

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  3. The main commodities were bronze tools forged out of tin and copper, which through the development of techniques and enhanced quality were now much souglit-after. Retro Jordans,Most of the trading towns were concentrated in the north and northwest of the country, and its central plains, and as such the areas became wealthy. New towns were built and existing communities were rewarded with infrastructures of the like never before seen. In present-day Amman and Irbid, then two communities that became centres of trade, huge fortifications were built to protect the now wealthy communities from attack. In the nearby ancient town of Tabaqat Fahl, known as Pella, the bastions were said to be some of the most formidable ever seen in the region at the time. Cheap Jordans,While all this activity was going on in north and central Jordan however, the south remained largely untouched by the new wave of commercialism. Its people, the Shasu, continued to live a nomadic existence.

    Remains from Chalcolithic and Bronze Age periods are still visible today. Two of the best are at Tulaylat al-Ghassul, near the Dead Sea, and at nearby Bab adh Dhra. At Tulaylat al-Ghassul you can visit the Chalcolithic archaeological site just outside town, and clearly see how homes made of mud bricks dried by the sun would have been positioned around courtyards. At Bab adh Dhra, thousands of tombs dated to the era and containing personal items like jewellery and, of course, new jordans,bones were unearthed during excavation works. The site is still being excavated today and more finds are expected. Amman, Irbid and Pella also all have remains from the era.

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