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Ahmed Shammasi

Rookie (12-September-1984 / Jubail, Saudi Arabia)

A traveller's Note

Sitting alone in my chair
Looking around with a helpless stare
As people around come and go
Like watching an endless show
Some smiling, some tired and some are sad
All remembering the times they had
Their faces are mirrors to what’s inside
Another story dying to hide
And I am just one of them
Weaker than most of them
I am the saddest and I stand alone
Been gone so long, away from home
I’ll leave the chair and pursue my goals
And I’ll be the happiest among them all

Submitted: Monday, November 27, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 27, 2010
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