Forbidden Poem

A poem, after it has been written, does not belong to the writer.
It belongs only to the reader.
And it should be forbidden for a poet, to read out loud words that does not belong to him.

Why you may ask?
After a poet writes a poem, he or she expends all the emotions it felt during the time he had the need to write that poem- into that poem! And it can never express that same emotion again.
That’s why, the recitation of that poem¬†should belong only to the reader. For if the reader ever felt any emotion towards a certain poem, that emotion won’t ever fade, but it will keep on growing until the reader dies.¬†

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