Monday, July 07, 2008

je t'aime

I love you // I love you as one would love a woman // I love you as one
would love a son // I love you as one would love a mother

I love you // I love your voice // I love when you raise your voice on me// I love when you’re silent. It’s rare that you’re silent

i love you // i love when you hug me // i love when you push me away// i love when i walk next to you, behind you, in front of you and inside you

I love you // I love your eyes// I love your eyes into my eyes // I love other people’s eyes into your eyes

I love you // I love to be in your bed // I just love being in your bed // I love forgetting that in the past i’ve been looking for others beds

I love you // And i hate you more than satan hates god, my beirut


Blogger BuJ said...

i'm quite excited to find another blog that has improvised music! good job.. also from lebanon.. a pleasant surprise :)

3:24 PM  
Blogger scribbled said...

i really like how you've broken the page up. and somehow the style seems suited for italian. bravo mazen.

3:41 PM  
Blogger Frédéric Mathevet said...

je découvre mazen kerbaj et je trouve beaucoup de ses dessins très réussis. Son attitude et son engagement remarquable.Bref...sans doute suis-je en train de devenir un fan?!?J'aimerai avoir votre avis sur mon blog :
et mon site
Mathevet Frédéric.

12:45 AM  
Blogger Ibn Bint Jbeil said...

Sad condolences for the death of our beloved Darwish.

11:39 PM  
Blogger Social Media Exchange said...


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3:47 PM  
Blogger Maria Ednar Andrade said...

Hate and love for Beirut. Interesting how one can have an intimacy with the city where we live to the point of loving it and hating it. Beautiful post and a great blog that induces reflection on the Middle East.

8:05 PM  

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