Ferguson - Missouri - - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

Hearts are filled up, It hurts, and Incidents are in succession, Michael Brown was killed and Incidents started to follow... It's a robbery on one of the stores... It's unaccepted action and All ugly actions are unaccepted, Killing is not accepted, It was better to arrest the robber as long As he was not armed, then To try in front of a just court, Incidents have followed... Riots, disorder, and thefts... It's out of familiar... America is pretty, but......... Hearts are filled up......... Tear gas...... Voices from here and there... A curfew..... People running right and left.. Faces lack of all smiles...... The pretty Missouri will remain pretty and The pretty Ferguson will be pretty because The pretty America (USA) is waiting for Missouri-Ferguson to calm down, There is much more room for love... Ferguson is in moments of sadness... It's merely a passing cloud.........., but It will be back to its normal case and to its beauty, Tomorrow all streets will be furnished with love, flowers, and roses.... All hearts will be great. 20-08-2014 _____________________________________________

This is a translation of the poem FERGUSON - MISSOURI فيرغسون - ميسوري by MOHAMMAD SKATI

Topic(s) of this poem: hope

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  • (8/19/2014 5:26:00 PM)

    ........thanks for writing my honest opinion they need to arrest everyone in ferguson who steals and throws bricks at police officers....the death of anyone is not an excuse to steal from businesses....or to go out and misbehave... (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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