Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


THERE IS ONLY ONE WOMAN IN MY HEART AND IN MY MIND


There are a lot of pretty women Worldwide, but I am not greedy Because there is only one woman Dwells happily in my heart and in My mind anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, That woman is the woman whom my heart Loves very much and my mind picks, That woman always dwells safely in my Heart because it is the safest place for her, I love that woman with all my might and with all my Authority anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, Wherever I go she stays with me in every Member of my body even she circulates with my blood, I love that woman till death because she is my Pretty choice for this time and for ever, then When we pass away we will be together in one grave To share everything in life and in death.

Submitted: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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