MOHAMMAD SKATI


The Unexpected Dream


Something trivial happened early yesterday And then it turned into a larger unexpected thing Everyone is talking about it now. A thing happened small and turned bigger. O My God.What is it? Can anyone tell me, what's going on now? Everyone is busy involved in his affair. Rumurs spread like fire. Tittle-tattle everywhere like rains fall here and there. O my God.Can anyone tell me the truth? I guess the sun will rise and everyone will know the truth. Nothing is hidden, but the truth is still unavailable. I tend to find the answer, but in vain. A dream still unfulfilled coming out of our nightmares crossing through our pains. We have - I have - Everyone has the same dream that is a different one. A nightmare turns into a dream unfulfilled. Indeed I revise my thoughts and ideas about what's going around me. I dare to say it is an unexpected beautiful dream.

Submitted: Saturday, January 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, February 05, 2013

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