MOHAMMAD SKATI


TITTLE-TATTLE


There is a little tittle about that tattle That's going on around, Everyone wants to say something about what's Going on in our world, People never stop talking about things in Their daily life because this is something normal, That little tittle-tattle gets bigger when mouths Start talk about people and their things, That tattle goes beyond the horizon of life to Become backbiting in all shapes anytime, That tittle-tattle is promoted to be backbiting in Its mean kinds when talking about people without a reason, Life is pretty around us except when we tattle about Little tittles in life to become like big things, so Our mouths and our tongues are the real reap and the Real harvest of talking about fellow brothers or sisters For fun and to make all those about us laugh and laugh.

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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