MOHAMMAD SKATI


HABIBATI MAN TAKUN? (WHO IS MY LOVE?)


Habibati is the one Who loves me in truth and I love her in truth Anytime and anywhere, She might be in front of me, but I don't know and she might be anywhere In my poems or in my pretty thoughts, She might be in my heart, but I don't know, She might be anywhere and everywhere On the our pretty planet or She might be hiding in a grain of sand, In a drop of rain, riding on a passing cloud, or In a spike of grain anywhere, She is the pretty one I keep myself looking for her and My eyes are always on her, She is always Habibati (my love) Whom I never forget in my whole life.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013
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  • Rookie Imagine Whatif (10/15/2013 12:48:00 PM)

    hmmm, curiously beautiful.... so what happens if/when you find her, this flitting butterfly, mr. dragonfly? i hope you snatch her up, carpe diem, mohammad!
    *happy new year filled with sweetness and blessings! (Report) Reply

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