MOHAMMAD SKATI


A MARTYR'S MOTHER ام الشهيد


للشهيد ام هي ام الشهيد... دعوها تبكي و دعوها تزلغط له... فهي امه... دعوها تفعل ما تشاء الا ان تنوح عليه... دعوها تقبله حتى الثمالة فهو ذاهب الى ربه الى جنة الخلد للخلود كي ينتظرها هناك... دعو ام شهيد تفرح و تبكي لأنه ذاهب بعيدا ليغانق اهل السماء و قد فرحوا بلقائه... الجنة فرحة بقدومه... انه يشفع لأهله و من اهله امه... انها ام الشهيد. انها ام الشهيد... _________________________________________________ ____________________

Submitted: Sunday, August 03, 2014

Topic of this poem: death


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