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Clouds: Black & White

The poem incorporates themes that are relevant to the southern Mediterranean region. For instance, the ruins mentioned in the poem can be seen as a metaphor for the historical and cultural heritage of the southern Mediterranean, which has been shaped by centuries of different civilizations and empires. The ruins serve as a reminder of the region's past grandeur and magnificence, which can still be appreciated in the present.

Additionally, the poem touches upon issues related to gender and sexuality, which are highly contested topics in the southern Mediterranean. The references to hyper-sexuality and gender differences suggest a critique of patriarchal norms and values that are prevalent in the region. The poem challenges the stereotypes and expectations that are placed upon men and women, and emphasizes the importance of embracing individual freedom and autonomy.

Furthermore, the use of vivid imagery, such as the dark clouds loaded with omens, can be interpreted as a reflection of the political and social turbulence that characterizes the southern Mediterranean. The poem acknowledges the challenges and uncertainties that people in the region face, but also suggests that there is hope for a better future. The reference to souls' pieces flying away as traceurs of freedom can be seen as an expression of the resilience and creativity of the people of the southern Mediterranean.

In summary, the poem explores a range of themes that are relevant to the southern Mediterranean, including history, culture, gender, sexuality, and social justice. The use of unconventional poetic style and metaphorical language contributes to the poem's depth and complexity, and invites readers to engage with these important issues.

Enjoy your reading:

"The judges’ hair is of celestial-white electric wires, charges conducting to the heavenly: they will be judged for what they judge.

The soul transmigrates when the body is harassed. Looking for a hideaway in the intellect … or in the understanding. Niminy-piminy. Once minced, the judgment, is ready to be written as a divine warning, dropped.

The ruins, as well as witnesses of the past-time, are there to clarify (and to liberate) its destructions without distraction from what it was. The ruins affirm the magnificence of the past grandeur, in a voltage to its meaning, without negligence.

As a poem of redemption, an empty fireplace staring blankly, shapes that do not talk each-other and disappear, given the unnaturalness of being placed in front of each other. Words, words, words as a deaf-mutes’ excruciating din cry spreading, are sparks of Venus – as inaccurate judgments they are suppressed embraces.

The ruins framing the past in the present among the contemporaneity of times and spaces, a historical-break perceived in the steps of the Future; entering in the room: as for the future takes its full shape it’s necessary that “it was” is perceived in “it is” . The tacit, infinite whisper of Time never disappears, never looks back, forgetting.

That’s how we ended up in different generations, black and white, like clouds loaded with dark omens, conscience that has not reached maturity to be revealed, yet.

Guai a dire la verità!!

Violet: the color of denied iper-sexuality. Hyper sexuality of redemption, androgynous pigment of pink and blue. Judging people by their gender differences – wanted to read in order to avoid the generation of chaos…

The syntax of the dialectic disruption of relationships, bursts through the distinction of sexes.

– From there starts the blaming of male: stupid, dangerous.

– Starts the marking of women: an object, a servant, a solver of evils, a mother.

– Starts in this way a sexual displeasure, the insult.

Avoided the meeting, avoided the mentioning. Stereotyped the meeting – separate rooms, different noises: RoUgNneCks & chEErleAdRrs.

When the body is harassed, the soul transmigrates into intellectual components. From white to dark pink, from neon to blue…

… and in the air tinged with hope, born souls’ pieces and they fly away as traceurs of freedom."

“Clouds: Black & White” by Mehiel Free – for the VideoPoetry click here

The poem is composed of various fragmented and disjointed thoughts, which creates a sense of ambiguity and obscurity. The use of unconventional syntax and the absence of punctuation contribute to the poem's surrealistic style. The poem touches upon a wide range of themes, including judgement, transmigration of the soul, ruins, history, gender, sexuality, and freedom.

The imagery used in the poem is vivid and evocative, with a focus on celestial-white electric wires, empty fireplaces, and dark clouds loaded with omens. The poem also employs metaphorical language, such as sparks of Venus to describe inaccurate judgments.

Overall, the poem offers a complex and thought-provoking commentary on various societal issues and existential questions, while utilizing an unconventional poetic style.

I am thrilled to invite you to join my poetry classes, where we will explore the beauty and power of language through creative writing and literary analysis.

These classes are open to all ages and levels of experience, and I encourage anyone who has a passion for poetry to join us. All you need is an open mind and a willingness to engage with the world through language and imagination.



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