Ali Sabry

(11/8/1988 / Iraq - Baghdad / Kurdish From Kurdistan Region Of Iraq)

I Asked Myself Today Darling


Oh the same as what you see you confused
Made whole my life the king to fulfill which make it into the fire moving
You know it's deceitful & crafty himself in love
I loved & love making ribs cage protects as ground cover circuit
Housing my heart & my whole life but in a flash returned vacant
What's mine? Has handed over my heart & I can not
The melancholy sad sadness but joy I pray to God thankful
But fate was not with me this time, what do you see?
Do you want me to forget all this how? It floats in memory
If I couldn't collect all these beautiful memories
I'll be like the inanimate objects without the ability to live

Submitted: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 06, 2013


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