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MOHAMMAD SKATI


My Pretty Poem Feels Everyone and Everythıng


My pretty poem loves Everyone and everything, It feels the poor's sufferings And the needy's pains, It describes a true thing About true people, It sympathizes with every pretty Cause and a pretty demand, It carries the sufferings and The tortures of the exhausted people, It writes down in truth about Everyone who suffers the tyrants' tyrannies Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, and It cries for people who have suffered The cruel world's cruel hand and cruel knife.

Submitted: Friday, August 02, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
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