Our Neighbor's Baby - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI
The next door neighbor had A dog that he used to call it a baby Simply because he thought that his dog Was really a baby, One day he told me that His dog's a baby, I believed our neighbor, but Not to that extent Simply because the dog was his baby, but Not anyone's baby, One day when I returned home in the middle of that night, I felt that something, in the darkness of that night, Jumped towards me, Immediately I pushed it back strongly, so He would not be able to bite me, The dog got back and I hurried towards my house telling myself That our neighbor had a real baby!
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