MOHAMMAD SKATI


ERIOBOTYRA شجرة الاكي دنيا


The late Haj Hani Loved vegetables and fruits, He cared about them much more, Among his trees, There were the pretty and wonderful Eriobotyras which come out of left seeds Someone threw them in The villa's orchard, With time they became wonderful trees In their shape and their fruits, I traveled abroad and During my absence, Someone rented the house, He did not trees, so He sawed all these trees by a complete Ignorance and by an unacceptable stupidity! In a few minutes, He destroyed tens of trees, By the ignorance's hand, What it cared for in years! If Haj Hani had been in the house, He would have kicked him out or He would have filed a suit against him, I was not at home and That saddened me by that stupid work, I loved all all eriobatyras and Their fruits, I used to climb the trees To pick to all these pretty fruits, After this disaster, We have to wait a few years To see other trees.. Such is life, Some people plant life, but Some do not know the meaning of life. _________________________________________________ _________________________________________

Submitted: Saturday, July 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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