Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


A Big Tsunami Is Going To Come


Like great floods or Pretty rains, A big tsunami might come To scare us or To test us, but Are we ready to get it? A tsunami is not any word or A lovely thing, but It's a huge thing that lasts A few seconds or more To show us that inevitable death Which we never experienced before, Things happen in seconds or in A few seconds to sweep everyone and Everything anytime and anywhere, Where shall we go if a tsunami comes Suddenly to us? We all live in the same boat, so We will get the same fear! We all in great oblivion because We go in the opposite direction, so If a sudden tsunami comes, then It is a big one that will sweep everyone And everything, but are you scared?

Submitted: Thursday, November 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 22, 2013
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