MOHAMMAD SKATI


A VERY TINY MOSQUITO VERSUS A PRETTY HUMAN BEING


That on-going war between a tiny mosquito and a human being Is permanent, endless, and continuous simply because This tiny insect considers any human being as a good source Of its delicious food and a source of its continuation at the Expense of all human beings old or young, .............., ... This tiny and bloody thirsty mosquito spares not effort just To attack all human beings anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, Man, depending on his available resources, announced an open War against all kinds of mosquitoes just to preserve the human kind, In turn, mosquitoes got ready to fight until the last tiny one, Human beings installed front lines to stop the sudden influx of These aggressive enemies from launching wars against human kind, Exchanging fire continuous on all fronts and each side is ready To win the ground to make themselves triumphant anytime, then This global war against this tiny mosquitoes is going on and on.

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2014

Topic(s): life


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  • Veteran Poet - 4,555 Points * Sunprincess * (6/22/2014 6:46:00 PM)

    ........recently there was one knocking on my front door..... and he thought of coming inside.....but I went outside and smashed him.... (Report) Reply

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