MOHAMMAD SKATI


THERE IS A NEW WAR COMING SOON IN OUR AREA


There is an ugly war Coming soon even it Has not broken out yet, This area (Our area) is Greatly blessed by ugly Wars that happen every now and then, How many wars have broken out In our pretty area since it was found? A lot of ugly wars broke out And a lot of pains and a lot of sufferings Happened to these pretty people who lived this area, It's a nasty thing to see wars that sweep everything And everyone into destruction and chaos, It's out of our choice and out of our will Because of bad minds that cause these ugly wars, We have suffered a lot because of these ugly wars And we're still suffering the horrors of wars, then We hope that the coming war will be the final one Towards building new hopes for good and pretty people.

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