MOHAMMAD SKATI


The Deaf Dialogue (حوار الطرشان) - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

If you can not listen to people, then You are greatly deaf, If you are not able to listen to people, then You are greatly deaf, If you do not want to listen to other people, then You are greatly deaf, If you insist on not pay attention to people's talk, then You are greatly deaf, If you persist on not dealing with people, then You are greatly deaf, If we don't comply with what other people like, then We are great deaf, and All that will lead to the deaf dialogue, People listen to people to communicate, People talk to people to make everyone listens to others, If we do listen to each other, then We are greatly civilized people, We are not deaf, but we are deaf if we don't listen.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 24, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 25, 2013


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