MOHAMMAD SKATI


GONE WITH THE WIND


My whole age has gone with the wind Because I couldn't activate it well, My whole days and nights have gone with the wind Because I couldn't benefit from them well, My whole money has gone with wind Because I couldn't use it well, My whole poems have gone with the wind Because I couldn't convince my readers to read them well, My friends have gone with the wind Because I couldn't communicate well with them, My pretty sun has gone with the wind Because I couldn't get myself out of my dark cave, and Astonishingly my whole life has gone with wind Because I couldn't start my whole life well.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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  • Gold Star - 12,198 Points Ramesh Rai (10/21/2014 9:48:00 PM)

    Every thing can go with wind but not poetry. It is not you but the reader.Moreover a poet is neither a flatterer nor entertainer.You are a great poet. you do never mind for others if you are not hurting in any way.Be brave in your write n emotion. you will feel one life is not sufficient to complete the poetry. (Report) Reply

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