THE PRECIOUS TIME AND THE PRETTY TIMING (الوقت الثمين و التوقيت الجميل) Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

Time talks. It is precious and important In everything and for everyone Anytime and anywhere, By day and by night, Represented in our pretty clocks, Our wrist watches and our digital Or nuclear clocks. Time or timing means That someone should stick To his or her clock or watch To know the exact time or The exact timing for one's work or One's pretty rendezvous. If time is diamond, then it is The most precious thing on earth. Life is great and wonderful, but if it is Without time or timing, then it is lifeless. Life is time and time is life because We need time before our food or our drink. In any developed country You see the shapes of time Anywhere and everywhere. You can not go here or there, you can not travel By land, by sea, or by air unless you know time, And you you can not do anything without time. Time or timing Remains or plays a great role In shaping our pretty life.

Submitted: Monday, July 01, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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