Wednesday, June 21, 2006



If you were a bird, and lived on high,
You'd lean on the wind when the wind came by,
You'd say to the wind when it took you away:
"That's where I wanted to go today!"*

How good it would've been, to be with you in Budapest today..
We'd sit quietly reading from a book -any book. You'd cook something, anything you wanna cook. I'd calmly say: "that's what I wanted to eat today". You'd be sweet to me as a little boy, and I'd be watching the rain as I said I would..

Then –fed and calm- I'd sleep the night away,

had I been with you in Budapest today.

* From: Spring Morning by A.A. Milne (author of the Winnie the Pooh stories)

Posted by SaudiEve at 9:59 AM


  1. Anonymous Doll posted at 11:03 AM, June 21, 2006  
    Enjoy the attention as long as you have it. It rearly comes.
  2. Blogger simpleplan posted at 11:29 AM, June 21, 2006  
    i sit in front of my screen with a smile on my face
    pictures of a fantasy Budapest, and a bird that the wind does embrace
    i thank you for making my morning so bright
    you're a person who is not only literally, but more so figuratively 'out of sight'...

    nice post eve :)
  3. Blogger wastedchix posted at 1:30 PM, June 21, 2006  
    Well done girl ..we just published an entire post on our Blog supporting u ..we went thru extremes to access ur Blog .. u r Great .. very smart srtong lady ... screw those saudies who\'re thier own up-brining made them all think alike ..with thier motto (la ...3eab yenfa3 ..)
    so keep it up :\")
    p.s. pardon us for bad spelling lol it\'s early in the morning lol
  4. Blogger wastedchix posted at 1:32 PM, June 21, 2006  
    Well done girl ..we just published an entire post on our Blog supporting u ..we went thru extremes to access ur Blog .. u r Great .. very smart srtong lady ... screw those saudies who\'re thier own up-brining made them all think alike ..with thier motto (la ...3eab yenfa3 ..)
    so keep it up :\")
    p.s. pardon us for bad spelling lol it\'s early in the morning lol
  5. Blogger Pigeon Poo posted at 3:12 PM, June 21, 2006  
    Excuse me. I just read about you in Poynter. You're cool
  6. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 5:01 PM, June 21, 2006  
    Very much enjoy your use of poetry and imagery. Found myself with a surprising feeling in my heart. A bit of ache to be the one to whom you were sending the day dream of delight in Budapest. It'd be a dream to be so desired, so enjoyed, so comfortable and a life so shared on such a day. All the best to you. -Bubba
  7. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 6:05 PM, June 21, 2006  
    You got a good eye/ear for poetry :)
  8. Blogger Marissa posted at 9:02 PM, June 21, 2006  
    This is a really beautiful post. Very serene, yet almost sad at the same time. Well done.
  9. Blogger UrNotInMyShoes posted at 10:19 PM, June 21, 2006  
    everyday at work is a dull day...i hear my boss talking,but i'm not listening...blah blah blah...thank heavens for the articles about your blog. reading it rouses me & let's me escape my reality. it also made me realize that i shouldn't suppress my feelings,though i don't understand myself half the're great.keep on writing.
  10. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 12:01 AM, June 22, 2006  
    what a pic? it could pass for a place in soho . bask while u can babe
  11. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 12:10 AM, June 23, 2006  
    Anxious and nervous…….....

    Hearts racing,

    anticipation of hearing an angelic voice,

    feelings, sight and sounds of romance, of love in the wind, and rain.

    the innocence of a little boy, the tenderness and softness of a little girl…......

    a little boy anxious and nervous….....

    an accepted invitation .....……

    without hesitation....…
  12. Blogger Fouad posted at 4:59 AM, June 23, 2006  
    beautiful. so very beautiful.
  13. Blogger ZORT posted at 7:17 AM, June 23, 2006  
    Beautiful... :-)

    With all the tension around the elections here, your post was a much needed dose of serenity.

    Great blog Eve. :-)
  14. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 12:44 PM, June 23, 2006  
    haba, saudeve! Must u go to this invitation to ur bedroom? i thougt the one night stands and blind dates are enough for you.Well perhaps what u need next is a trip to fire island. From east moriches u can hitch hike on a boat or beter still u swim over. thats what u need.
    Incidentally u r a princes when u write in verse but in prose u r a froggie. So better stick to verse eh.
    As i said before am not amused by ur antics.
    nasara from nigeria
  15. Anonymous Muhammad Jamaal posted at 6:29 PM, June 23, 2006  
    In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

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  16. Blogger raf* posted at 9:04 PM, June 23, 2006  
    dear e,

    i do miss the times when your comment section wasn't so crowded ...

    a quiet week(end?) in budapest sounds very good right now.

    the spring rains have gone. now is the season of the summer storms. in budapest they, too, are wonderful ...

  17. Blogger raf* posted at 1:36 AM, June 24, 2006  
    Recipe For Happiness
    Khabarovsk Or Anyplace

    One grand boulevard with trees
    with one grand cafe in sun
    with strong black coffee in very small cups

    One not necessarily very beautiful
    man or woman who loves you

    One fine day

    (Lawrence Ferlinghetti)
  18. Anonymous mutaween posted at 8:59 PM, June 24, 2006  
    In the Name of Allah, the Most Benefent, the Most Merciful.

    Should anyone find out the contact info on this Saudi Eve person, please notify us. We believe that this person is a Jewish zealot pretending to be Saudi to try and misled people in the Holy Land to violence.

    This fanatic Jewish attack is nothing new and Allah has dealth with it before. They quote fake hadith written by phony Jewish converts to Islam. They add in perverted sexual things to serve their objective of evil.

    These people are not only bad for Islam, but for real Jews who respect Islam even though they are not Muslims.

    May the Peace and Mercy of Allah be with the real people of peace.
  19. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 11:42 AM, June 27, 2006  
    jeg fryder meg :)
  20. Blogger universe posted at 9:21 PM, January 02, 2008  
    your poem is fantastic. I really love it and maybe i post it in my own blog in Greece. Of course I link you. I don't violate your copyright.

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