MOHAMMAD SKATI


THIS WORLD OF OURS


If you think that this world of ours comes or creeps Into your pretty presence, then you're fully mistaken Simply because it's not your choice or you have pretty options, This world of ours refuses or at least refuses to bow To come to you easily, but it will hesitate to come to you willingly, This world is good, but it's often as hard as a hard stone, We have experienced this world and we have known what's going on in it Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, This world is a good master in luring naive people, but It's a bad master into an unknown destination, We are willingly ready to be in this world, but Not easy to choose sometimes, We need to impose ourselves on this world of ours With our mightiness and with our minds to prevail, This world comes only to the powerful people or those Whose who strong grounds to be or not to be, Humbly this world will not come to us with its own will, but On the contrary, It will come to us with our own willing when we're strong and Powerful, so Never wait this world of ours to introduce itself to us, but Just grab it to your side.

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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