MOHAMMAD SKATI


The True Contract Between Man and Woman Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI


The pretty man and the pretty woman Are only one and only in one link When they unite their pretty hearts, When they make everything theirs, When they have common feelings and emotions, When they beautify their mutual thoughts, When they love each other in truth, When they share all common sensations, When they reflect each other in the same mirror, When they take their decisions together, When they make their souls unified, When they love their mutual and everlasting understanding, and When they make everything as their common ground. This is the true and pure contract between The pretty man and the pretty woman.

Submitted: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 21, 2013

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  • Rookie - 341 Points Don Nguyen (6/20/2013 3:20:00 PM)

    To me, a Catholic, the marital vow is the contract or rather solemn covenant among three parties: God-man-woman.
    None can break, ..... I hate divorce, it tears children hearts apart and push their souls to the danger of eternal damnation. (Report) Reply

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