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MOHAMMAD SKATI


THE VOICE OF THE MIND'S EYE


A pretty mind is needed When an ugly war breaks out Between rivals anytime, A war is always ugly and Tragic to anyone on earth, If a war is inevitable and It's out of anyone's choice, then A great mind is needed to Neutralize the pretty civilians And keep them out of the war's fire, The pretty civilians suffered a lot Ugly things and they're still Suffering the horrors of war, As long as the war is going to Break out, then there must be Some wisdom in dealing with things, The battlefield will be shown to Anyone as is with all its players, If there is no alternative other than the War itself, then let it to be Because everyone wants to go to Its field with or without desire, What will be the war's outcome is The essence of any known war, then I can utter all players will be losers Even if some win that war anytime.

Submitted: Thursday, August 29, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013

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