Ali Faisal


I Always Wonder


I always wonder 
If my friends also wonder
Again I wonder 
If they wonder my wonder
Only then I wonder
What they do with that wonder

Submitted: Friday, December 20, 2013
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In January 2009, I was in Djibouti during the so called Somali peace process that was held there, where a new selection of members of Somali parliament and presidential election took place.

It was a complete fiasco and was evident that Somali national interest were not addressed. It was very hard for me to swallow it. Unfortunately it seemed my feeling was not shared by anyone else. Most of the people were at least in jovial mood. I wondered if anyone was worried just like I felt.

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