Moez Ben Meftah
Moez Ben Meftah Quotes
''How much is left for morrow?Moez Ben Meftah
That day never comes, you know,
you look ahead it looks narrow,
We're but plethora of tales, much ado,
We break the ice of the day by 'years ago'
What's left of your build?
A skinny edifice of bones with no marrow,
A mind that thickens but doesn't grow
A tongue raving around the clock just to show,
You think or you think not,
You exist not outside your words 'n shadow,''
''Ah, as fools of white slavery pass by, truth is thrustMoez Ben Meftah
It is shimmering with joy in a blessed chaste chest
It is in my heart crowned with euphoria in its best
It is fools' la ilaha illa lah if you twig the dawn's roost''
''A good friend on the net,Moez Ben Meftah
We all live within the words,
We don't feel ourselves beyond the borders,
Your friend is your idea, and thought,
The letters t, s that you cross
And the I, s that you dot,
The real friend in meat that you really meet,
Is your smart mind, your kind heart.''
''Many people stay great despite the one who drags them to minimize,Moez Ben Meftah
Old Habib is an isle by himself and all the rest of the guys,
Are but ciphers, without figures, that stumble into pits of demise''
''The same rule of old timers still applies nowadays:Moez Ben Meftah
Never can the naughty cobra turn to a mild goose.
So, the pharos, from Moses' days until that of Cairo's
Can toss, by use of force, al the gypsies back to cells
And put the rest of the folk to the sword or the noose.
They could pepper the Magna Charta with feud laws,
But they couldn't temper with the truth that he knows:
One plus one never equal the result of two zeroes;
Those who have hearts of faith will become real heroes,
And the lusty on the thrones, will stay nasty bores''
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My door was shut and so were the windows,
I could hear in my kitchen, a big blast in Belfast,
A tempest in the West and in Palestine it blows;
Sixty minutes of BBC World news and comments.
I took my pipe to change the air in Hyde Park,
An old acquaintance greeted me 'hi, Jack! '