Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


AS A POET


I own only my poems Without a title deed indeed Because I need only myself to Own my pretty words that my poem Consists of anytime and anywhere, My poem is sometimes my safe haven, but Not all the time because I live in a glass house amid this world, There are a lot of stones dispersed and Scattered on my poem's ways and roads, My whole poems carry greatly a big love To all people anywhere and to everything too, so A hard stone will not scare me if thrown From here or there because I will rebuild My glass house to be or not be for ever and ever.

Submitted: Friday, May 02, 2014

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  • * Sunprincess * (5/2/2014 9:42:00 PM)

    ...........a wonderful write with remarkable imagery....truly enjoyed this piece....keep penning... (Report) Reply

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