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MOHAMMAD SKATI


A FISHERMAN'S BASKET


His fishing kit is consisting of A pretty fishing rod, A small chair, A hat, A basket, Some live baits, A water bottle, and A few other things, He comes to fish brilliantly hoping To get some fish for himself and for his family, The sun is still rising hotly and clearly, He spends a lot of time getting a fish, He struggles to get as many as he can, If his luck is good, then He will get a pretty load of a basket anytime, Its pretty livelihood everyday is to get his daily portion of fish, Life is sometimes cruel and hard, so He has to have very good patience, His pretty wife and his little kids are waiting for him, He has no choice, but to get fish, Life is so hard, but He has to face all unexpected things, The days runs fast, He has caught some fish, but that is not enough for the whole family, He asks God to help him, After a short period of time, The pretty and patient fisherman gets a 4-kilogram fish that made his Heart cold and warm at the same time, then Immediately goes home to cheer up the waiting members of his family.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Topic of this poem: happiness


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