Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


THE UGLY MOSQUITO


I got tired chasing that ugly mosquito Everywhere I go because it keeps chasing Me for sucking more and more blood from Body to be its pretty food anytime, I got angry chasing that ugly mosquito Because it keeps biting me and sucking The blood that it wants to be its food, I'm complaining from that situation Because I can not get it or perish it, I have a lot of things to do including My daily works, so I'm looking for a way To let me get rid of that ugly mosquito By keeping chase it until I get it soon.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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