MOHAMMAD SKATI


In Theır Eyes There Are One Thousand and One Tales


They cry They yell They shout They weep They suffer They hurt They die They perish They fall They shrink They are the starving refugees everywhere and they have one thousand and one tales in their eyes to tell the world, They are eating dogs, cats, and donkeys because they lack food and all kinds of smiles, They do everything to survive, They die for a better life, They do not have any kind of foods or smiles, so They chose to eat the whole dogs, cats, and donkeys.

Submitted: Friday, October 25, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013
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