An Up-Side-Down Image Of The World Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

The world has no clear image now, It has an image which is not an image, It has a chaotic image and a different image, It has no specific image, but a horrible image, Its image is shapeless and without a clear content, It is an up-side image and a fearful one, Its days are not days and its nights are not nights, Its north and south poles are not the same, Its pretty love is not as it used to be, Its pretty nights and days are not as they used to be, Everyone and everything are different in it, Its a world with a lot of images and a lot of colors, Its full size is small and it can be said a dwarf, Its pretty dreams are nightmares and horrific images, Nothing deserves to be trustworthy or lovely, Its picture is gloomy and sad, so It's all dreadful nightmare and without a clear horizon.

Submitted: Monday, August 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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