MOHAMMAD SKATI


I love different darkness


Darkness versus light
Because light with its great and sweet power Beats darkness and the heart of darkness Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere,
I love to walk in a dark street
Because it's much more romantic to me
And to my love,
Darkness is not a lovely word and Everyone knows this, but
Sitting in the darkness under an umbrella near the seaside With whom I love is a great thing
Because much more romantic and more lovely,
In darkness we can look up in the sky
To enjoy seeing the pretty stars and
This is much more romantic and more wonderful, The darkness I love is different because
It is contemplating in things and it's enjoying
Things in a romantic way,
I love light, but
I love to walk in the darkness of the night
Or I love to enjoy looking at things
When it's dark,
My love of this kind of darkness
Is always different from what really the Word darkness usually means.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Topic(s): happy


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  • Silver Star - 8,881 Points Imagine Whatif (4/1/2014 2:10:00 PM)

    no, not only do i like it, i want to spread it on toast and eat it!


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