Monday, February 23, 2015

A Sparkling Pathway--By Ali Znaidi--Tunisia

A Sparkling Pathway

Seen at a distance,
this pathway seems full
of sparkling gravel.

Last night, I dreamt
that I was gleaning
sparkles from that
very long pathway.

Ali Znaidi (b. 1977) lives in Redeyef, Tunisia, where he teaches English. His work has appeared in various magazines and journals worldwide. He authored four poetry chapbooks including Experimental Ruminations (Fowlpox Press, 2012), Moon’s Cloth Embroidered with Poems (Origami Poems Project, 2012), Bye, Donna Summer! (Fowlpox Press, 2014), and Taste of the Edge (Kind of A Hurricane Press, 2014). Links to his published and forthcoming works can be found at aliznaidi.blogspot.com

16 comments:

  1. Ali, thank you for this very interesting poem. I love dreams and can put meanings to them for help in traveling my road of life. I would be interested in your interpretation. Thank you for sharing your talent.
    Charlene

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    1. Charlene, thanks a lot for liking my poem.

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  2. Hi Ali. Thank you for sharing, "A Sparkling Pathway." I was encouraged by this poem. Continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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  3. Nice piece, really enjoyed it! Thanks!

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  4. Ali, enjoyed your poem. Thanks for sharing.

    Andrew Ntchindi Jere

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    1. Thank you very much for your nice words, Andrew.

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  5. Ali, your poem and thoughts are very inspiring, in this well written piece. Your thoughts are exceptionally positive and that alone is a very lovely thing! Sheri

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    1. Sheri, it's my honour. Thanks a lot for your encouragement.

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  6. reality and dream from a poetic point of view

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    1. A blend. That's the way I like it. Thanks a lot dear Joan.

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    1. Thank you very much for your enouragment dear Marianne.

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    1. Dear Ayaz,
      Thank you very much for your comment.

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