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Haftsamar Art Gallery Dec 2012 Monir Sajadi Fatemeh Chavoshi 02
Tehran

هنوز از تاکسی پیاده نشده یکدیگر را هل می دادیم تا خود را به خانه مادر بزرگ برسانیم

سرتاسر کوچه را با شتاب و خوشحالی بسیار از یکدیگر جلو  می زدیم تا به در خانه مادر بزرگ می رسیدیم. همیشه بر سر اینکه چه کسی کوبه را بکوبد دعوا می کردیم و بعد از چند لحظه با چهره خندان و مهربان مادربزرگ روبرو می شدیم

به عادت همیشه تک تک اتاق ها را سرکشی می کردیم

پرده سفید گلدوزی شده روی جا لباسی برای من جلوه دیگری داشت، گلهای قرمز و زرد و برگ های سبز گلدان دوخته شده مرا شیفته خود می کرد

با سواد کمی که داشتم می کوشیدم شعری که گلدان را در بر گرفته بود با صدای بلند بخوانم

ستاره ای بدرخشید و ماه مجلس شد

دل رمیده ما انیس و مونس شد

نمایشگاه " فاطمه چاوشی " و " منیر سجادی " دی 1391 گالری هفت ثمر

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