In Words And In Content

Much ado about nothing is And greatly a trivial thing, If you say something and you Do something else it means You are trivial and you're Naught anytime and anywhere, I don't like the man whose Words are like a storm in A cup, but I like a man Whose words are greatly respected And considered in all his life, Words are parts of action and I Can trustfully say they're the action Itself anytime and anywhere, If anyone who doesn't know his Top from his bottom, it's better For that person to go and have A lone tent on top of a mountain To live there for ever and ever.

Submitted: Sunday, September 01, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 02, 2013

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Comments about this poem (In Words And In Content by MOHAMMAD SKATI )

  • Rookie Imagine Whatif (9/23/2013 5:24:00 PM)

    in deaf, brattiness, and elected blindness, we bury our heads, in the sand, and justify it with lofty quotes.
    it's hard to ask why. and the sand is so warm. just assume and all will be all right. after all, caring is work.
    an illustration:
    but little boy expects his gifts to come soon, but they're unusually late. he does not know why and santa has lost his ability to communicate to the boy. yet. the boy assumes that despite his integrity, santa is a fraud. the boy pouts that santa hasnt delivered by 09: 00 on the random deadline he's got on his mental calendar.
    and one does not ask santa if anything happened or if santa is ok. santa feels hated, dont these bratty kids trust santa's pinky swear is true?
    thus, santa must likewise assume hate and contempt from the idle kid, and he persists in his duty with tears in his eyes for he is both shamed that he is being seen falsely as failing himself and his pain is doubled by having an audience of critics who will readily to take his late gifts, because santa doesnt fall back on his word though it may seem so.... to those who take the easy route and stay ignorant. (Report) Reply

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