MOHAMMAD SKATI


SWIMMING AGAINST THE CURRENT IS RISKY Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI


If you are not a good swimmer Inevitably you will drown in The roaring sea of the world, The deep and dark sea of the World is risky and dangerous, Not anyone can swim well in This large and wide sea of life, There are a lot of sharks and Whales spreading here and there Amid a lot of other monsters, In addition to that we can see The scary waves of that sea Move fast and beyond imagination, You will drown in this big sea Unless you resist and fight All the fearful currents anywhere, You love sea, but you don't Trust it and all that belongs to it, You like all kinds of fish and you Like all kinds of sea foods that Mostly come from inside the big Abdomen of the pretty sea itself, Even if you are an expert swimmer You might drown and die easily, and After all, swimming the way you Want does not help all the time, But you need to abide by the sea's Desired or not not desired rules.

Submitted: Saturday, August 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013

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