MOHAMMAD SKATI


GENOCIDES


Killing and murdering innocent people In masses is greatly an ugly genocide, It is to perish and to murder innocent Souls for no reason on our pretty earth, Everyday we witness a lot of massacres And a lot of mass murders everywhere, Killing and murdering people is like the Killing and murdering roaches and mosquitoes, We look less than insects as long as We can't stop the killings of innocent people, We're bleeding pure blood amid crimes and Criminals who are at large killing people, Genocides and not only one genocide because Our world is going crazily and hysterically, We're merely less than flies because we do Not care or we don't know what's going on, We're no more caring about innocent souls because We got tired seeing a lot of ugly killings, This world of ours is crazy and is going Badly towards the wrong directions in life and Henceforth we divorce our world and we urge The international community to save our souls.

Submitted: Friday, August 23, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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