MOHAMMAD SKATI


I Am Drunk Without Wine - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

I don't drink wine and I never drank wine in my life, but
I am completely drunk all the time Because all that goes on around us
Makes me like this upon seeing innocent Kids, innocent women, innocent men,
Innocent animals, and all innocent souls Die without any logical reasons,
Our hearts are made of stainless steel and Not made of iron and our minds are completely dead In a cruel world that allows killers and murderers Walk freely and go shopping for knives to kill,
It's a shame and it's a shame and it's one trillion Of shames on all of us for allowing massacres and Mass murders to happen by very well-known criminals And dirty tyrants in clear daytime and in dark nights, This world of ours is absurd and meaningless as long as We are incapable of doing anything to save the pretty human souls And to save the pretty humanity amid cruel revenge and brutal Hatred by cruel tyrants who do not have pretty hearts, so O pretty world, go to bed for ever and ever because A new tomorrow will bring something new to everyone!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 22, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013


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