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Tehran

تو انتخاب نمی کنی، فقط زاده می شوی، بی هیچ سوالی. رها شده در میان انبوه آدمهای سرگشته روزمرگی تلخ هستی خویش.

جبر آفرینش تو را به ناکجای طبیعت از دست رفته می کشاند و تنها می گذارد. من کیم و کجای این هستی ایستاده ام؟

با سؤالی پیاپی، بی هویت و بلا تکلیف در سرنوشتی معلّق میان آسمان و زمین.

آدمها، آدمها، آدمها . . .

با کوله باری از خاطرات خمپاره خورده در کنار قهرمانانی که ساخته و نابود می شوند، زندگی را تا سرحدّ جنون به پیش می برند. جنون زندگی، تاریخ را رقم می زند.

پرواز کن . . .   بنگ، بنگ . . . 

بادکنکی به آسمان رفت، آرام و سبک.

هدی کاشی ها

بهمن1391

You do not choose to be born, you are simply born, with no questions, unbound among a bunch of people confused in their own bitter daily routine and existence.

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