FAHMINA ARJUMAND MISHA


THE MODERN LEGEND


THE NATURAL GLIMPSE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HERITAGE
THE GOLDEN DESERTS THE BLUE BEACHES THAT ASSUAGE

THE CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND ETHNIC GLAMOUR
THAT PROLONGS FROM THEIR FORE FATHER

TRIBAL LIFESTYLE LIKE FISHING, DIVING AND PEARLING
FRIENDLY GENEROUS NATURE MADE THEM MORE INTRESTING

THEIR FIRM BELIEF IN ALMIGHTY
MADE THEM RICH AND WEALTHY

THIS PRESTIGIOUS OPPOURTUNITY TO HOST THE ASIAN GAME
AND ENLIGHTEN THEMSELVES WITH IMMORTAL FAME

FOOTBALL BOWLING BOXING AND WRESTLING
MAKE THE SERIES HAPPENING AND BLASTING

GAMES LIKE JUDO GYMNASTIC AND CHESS
CREATED GR8 ZEAL AND FINENESS

PARTICIPANTS GIVE HILLARIOUS PERFORMANCE
WHICH CREATES GR8 IMPACT ON THE AUDIENCE

ASIAN GAMES B’CAME THE TALK OF THE TOWN
LETS SEE WHO’LL LOSE AND WHO’LL WIN THE CROWN

THE FORTUNATE COUNTRY IS QATAR
THE LAND WITH BEAUTIFUL CALLIGRAPHY ARCHITECTURE AND SALTY WATER

Submitted: Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 21, 2011
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