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MOHAMMAD SKATI


A RED EYE (عين حمراء)


A red eye is a term or a word To show one's seriousness and One's real persistence in dealing With people or dealing with things. It is to be tough with people and Things in our pretty life. It is to show people and things That you can not be broken or be bent Easily. It is to be serious and able to Take things and people into the The required square. It is to show people primarily That things should be taken and Dealt with seriously. It is when people know you very Well that you have a red eye. In fact, I am not on the side of The red eye, but some people Should be dealt with in a red eye. It is a balance with some people To show this red eye and at the Same time to be good and nice. No one likes the words or prefer To use them when we're dealing With people in life. When it comes to countries, we See some countries take a red eye against Some other countries to show Their superiority and their Arrogance. We are not at war with each other To show a red eye against each other. We would like to be patient with Each other to be in a brotherly tone Rather than to show a red eye. A red eye is not my term, but I Prefer to be patient and nice with Everything and everyone.

Submitted: Sunday, June 23, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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