MOHAMMAD SKATI


A Fishing Rod


Suppose you're a fisherman with A fishing rod, but you don't have A snare because you lost it while You were fishing near the Suicide Rock near the Southern Korniche, so What do you want to do about this? You have only one pretty solution is To throw yourself in the sea's water And look for the missing snare otherwise You will not be able to do anything, You're like our world when you can't Do anything you start looking around You to see what you can do, but in vain, Our world is like that fisherman who Lost his snare and instead of shortening His search for that snare he threw Himself in the sea's water to look for it, If the fisherman is not skilled in swimming It means he will be drowned for ever Our world is like that fisherman will Be drowned amid its problems for ever, so A fishing rod with a snare fixed well to To it is better than a loose on anytime.

Submitted: Friday, August 16, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 16, 2013

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