MOHAMMAD SKATI


Mohammad Yousef Saee Is My Best Friend


Mohammad Yousef Saee Is my best friend ever, We had a lot of things Together like studying and Living for the best, He was a rare artist who Drew my picture one day, He was so nice, so all people Loved him including me, He did his best to be Brilliant and he managed, He used to draw all pictures That came under his hands, He never cheated any of his Friends because he was raised good, He loved everyone and everything, So he was brilliant like a star, One day me, him, Ahmasd Rami, and Abu Ibrahim Hawari drew a big picture Of Great Britain when we were college students, He is now a brilliant dad of two pretty kids Though I have not seen him for more than a year, He lives now in his two-floor house And his pretty house overlooks on the pretty sea, I like to be one day with my best friend In a pretty reunion, so all old friends Can be together anytime and anywhere,

Submitted: Monday, October 28, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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