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MOHAMMAD SKATI


SA'ADA PALACE (PALACE OF HAPPINESS)


The palace of happiness or they called it Sa'ada palace at that time Simply because only happiness was inside it, Everyone was, at that time, unhappy Except the occupants of that palace, It was a real palace with a lot of luxurious rooms For all visitors and all new comers, It was owned by a wealthy family whom none Knew about them too much, Everyone, at that time, was poor Except these wealthy people, Behind that big palace, There were a lot of lands, a lot of horses, A lot of fortunes, and a lot of treasures, They owned trees, stones, lands, and everything, In fact they owned happiness itself in their pockets, They lived a luxurious and prestige life of princes and Princesses at that time, People envied those people to the extent That they wished that they were these people, Nobody knew what happened inside that palace exactly, but It was all joys and all happiness, By time, all occupants of that palace left it suddenly Because they were rumors that there were ghosts inside it, That palace remained like this for many years Without its wealthy occupants who hid themselves somewhere and Their happiness vanished too, then Later on that palace of happiness got demolished and it was turned Into a school ending the story of happiness that went for ever.

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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