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Sunday evening in London

By Mojtaba Akhtari
January 22, 2003
The Iranian

Darkness spreads its veil over the city
The moon is covered by thick black clouds
A pigeon hides itelf under an old roof
Passengers rush towards their houses
While covering themselves within their winter coats and hats
A drunk homeless man wonders in the bus stop
A young couple hold each other firmly while kissing
A long and big white limo passes
And half naked girls could be seen drinking and laughing loudly inside it
Big Ben shows up
Tourists take photos
A young Kosovo boy sells hot-dog on the Westminster Bridge
A Chinese man sells handcrafts made by metal wires
And life continues in this big tolerant city
Which like a big kind mama with fat breasts
Accepts any child for feeding

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