MOHAMMAD SKATI


A Zigzag Life In A Hypocrıte World Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI


This big world around us is but, a big balloon That a small and pretty pin might flat it immediately Because our world is one-eyed, one-eared, and no mouth at all, Our world is not able to see well, so It needs an eye doctor to fix its eye sight, Our world is not able to hear well, so It needs a hearing doctor to diagnose its hearing problem, Our world's pretty mouth is always shut up, so Any pretty cat can eat its dinner, and all problems Of our world can be fixed when needed only, and Alas! What's going on in our pretty world? We're tired and we're exhausted in fixing our problems Well especially when it comes to kids' problems and Women's problems living in tents and around the scary rocks, and Our world lacks a lot of things they need to be fixed soon. This is our world which has a lot of zigzags need to be Fixed by wise and experienced people anywhere and everywhere.

Submitted: Monday, July 29, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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