They said: You have unlimited liberty to refrain from answering, because you were condemned from the start. You know; we are in time of privacy respect, and these satellite and internet are not for spying, but for taking beautiful pictures to the galaxy. They always say: we will live in a white world, but you don’t see anything but this redness, so where is these whiteness which they talk about it. May be the clothes had been run out. I heard; that in China cheap workers, so why they don’t make a factory for purification of their white worlds.
Anwer Ghani is an Iraqi poet and literary theorist, born in 1973 in Hila city, and he lives in Iraq now and worked in a hospital as consultant physician. He has collections in Arabic in e-book form (Language 1) 2014, (Language 2) 2015, (Language 3) 2016, and many books in poetry criticism in Arabic and in e-book form with unique ideas and post-stylistic criticism. He is the chief editor of a literary magazine (Tajdeed) deals with Arabic prose poems, and the chief editor of a literary magazine in English (International Prose Poem journal). He writes the polyphonic (multi-voices poems), mosaic (mirror language poems), abstract poems and expressional narrative poems.