MOHAMMAD SKATI


AS LONG AS AGGRESSION GOES ON, THEN PEOPLE HAVE NO CHOICE, BUT TO DEFEND THEMSELVES


A tiny grain of will can beat A huge rock of aggression Simply because that grain of will has the pretty will and The pretty determination to defeat That aggressive rock of aggression that is hollow and It does not have a pretty will or a pretty determination anytime, It's not if tiny or huge that shows Will or greatness, but It's the great heart and the core of that heart, A tiny thing can squeeze A huge thing if That tiny thing is on the right way, An ugly and mean aggression that was imposed on pretty people Will give the pretty people the whole right to defend themselves Till the end, A great victory will ensue because people's will beats Any aggressive action anytime, so To defend oneself is a great choice rather than To run away anytime.

Submitted: Sunday, July 13, 2014

Topic of this poem: victory


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