rheim alkadhi | ريم القاضي
May 13, 2009 by
She walked away.
Disproportion is being built.
Inner ear complex (with private chamber).
Auto mechanic with car.
The weather is ruined.
The mud theatre.
I don’t want to breathe.
The project and the departure.
Mosque architecture on forest outskirts.
Introducing the undertaker.
The back of the photo.
Concrete road blocks.
Tour of the camp.
Woman in winter wetlands, Diwaniyah.
Grid with line.
The passage, as bent by night.
He lived as a woman.
We are led to where the buried heart stirs dust.
Society of estranged lovers.
Young women sleep here.
Words are used for profit.
She steadies herself after a shock.
A’amiriya, it was morning.
So and so street, at such and such a time.
The hand of a woman dressed as a man.
Explosion from the perspective of a bird.
Concealed wall texts.
Desire is a place name.
The night and your withdrawal.
Body restless, climate a question.
Tactics of the observer.
Among them, young women dressed as men.
Measuring a grain of rice.
I slept in my master’s house (printmaking workshop).
Signs of conflict.
Reviving the unconscious body.
Desire is asymmetrical.
Here at the center of the universe.
A Remarkable Day
Bodies Walk in Opposite Directions
The Mouth Last Seen
Critique of Poetic Delay
Table of Contents
The Hungers of Lovers
Portrait of Gaza as a Young Girl
Exhibitionist’s Hunger Satisfied by “Senseless Crime”
The Six-Minus-Two Express
Love Inside the Ministry of Poverty
View From the Ground and Again While Standing
Baghdad Garden Revisited
Girl Seated on Iraqi Textile
Things Are Out of Place!
Signs of Love
Military State, Military Conscience
The Word and Its Meaning
On the Outskirts, a Hidden Pocket
Young Woman Dressed as a Man
Contemplation of Action
Inside at the Woman Club
Sublime Ahistorical Experience
Her Housework, Her Cows, Her Dog
March of the Body
Incident in a Date Palm Forest
Laser Tattoo Removal
(A Cough Emits From the Loudspeakers)
“Average 45 Sticks”
Spontaneous Dance in a Baghdad Garden
Birds Feed Me the Elements of Intonation
Long Live the Artists at Three O’Clock
Comment Trouvez-Vous l’Oeil de Cette Femme Arabe!!
Portrait of a Book
Occupied / Unoccupied
I Live Between Two Shoulders
At a Very Tame Gathering of Guests
Baghdad’s Garden Visited by New England
Experimental Workshop [Flier]
Retinal Scans from the Pre/Occupied
A Lark’s View of West Baghdad
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