MOHAMMAD SKATI


The Age Of Starvation and Hunger


We are ordinary people Witnessing the coming of The Age of Starvation into Our pretty earth sadly, Is it possible that there
Is a pretty country here or There to enter this starvation Era gloomily and sorrowfully? There is a pretty country Entering this gloomy age of Starvation and hunger and Everyday its pretty people die And the rest of the hungry People started eating cats, dogs, and Donkeys on their broken tables! Life is totally absurd and Greatly gloomy on levels, O world! Thank you so much for What's going on to our hungry Brothers and sisters in their ordeal! I am sorry and I am sorry a million of Times because I can not do anything, There are a lot of international bodies Can do what I can not do anytime, We are like in the Stone Age which the primitive Man did better than what we do now, O world! Please listen to the ongoing cries Of the little kids dying because of this 21st century starvation and hunger, It's a shame on everyone who can do something And he does not do anything! We're all guilty killing our forgotten Brothers and sisters in a pretty country somewhere.

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

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