Souk of the Antique Dealer August 26, 2012 ColoredHorse Investigative Poetics, Morocco, Travel Mirror with a robe of copper and brass horse with its own moon, moon with its own horse quietly braiding the entrails of the lizard into shining ropes. FezItalian Cultural EmbassyPoetrySoukTheresa Whitehill Share This Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email ColoredHorse Related Posts The Poet and the City Fez, Morocco, June 2013 As part of the sacred music festival, a forum is dedicated… So Far Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Fez, Morocco What I’ve learned so far: that rinsing your… Le Petite Alle de la Merde de Chat Little Cat Shit Alley for Maggie and Riantee Once I had a dream and now… This Post Has 2 Comments Love it! Amazing photo and poem. Even If I don’t know what a souk is. love, Schatzi Schatzi – a souk is a market area within a city. There are souks for different kinds of goods. One of my favorite was the one devoted to ironwork–large kettles, hooks, chains–and there was the clothing souk with slippers of every color of the rainbow. The spice souk, the electronics souk. Comments are closed.