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27 Apr

One and Many

One and Many

Nassy Fesharaki


Nassy Fesharaki (1947 - ) was born into the rugged mountains of Iran, but destiny took him to the snow-capped Canada. Travelling widely has helped him acquire a cosmopolitan outlook, vis-à-vis an encounter with diverse cuisines, cultures, and citizens. Fesharaki takes pride in calling himself a member of humanity sans borders.  Quite naturally, his poems journey through time and space. Fesharaki regards his poems as grounded on reality. “One and Many” gives us a sneak-peek into a poet’s take on the God-particle. In the spirit of Arthur Schopenhauer he concludes, “monkey is trees, you are I”.


Close your eyes

How to read?

There’s no need.

You can think

Only think

There’s a barrel

It is big

It is large

It’s huge

It is a pool

Now shake it

Shake it fast

Now faster

And faster

Very fast

Making waves

Millions per second

Open eyes

Look inside

Can you see?


Get all aids that can help


They kiss, hug

Also fight

So often

They are one


This being

In oneness


After time change natural

A being in real

That is called

God particle

Base of life for us all

We are one

In the base equal, monkey is trees, you are I.

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