The Ironing Of One's Thoughts - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

Time is needed for someone to review one's thoughts and one's ideas Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere Simply because not all one's thoughts and one's ideas are appreciated with The progress of time and of days, There might be rusty thoughts or broken ideas in between those ideas Or thoughts we try to cling strongly, We need to review everything in our life because things need to reviewed and renewed like the sea's waters anywhere and everywhere, Nothing stays as is simply because life goes ahead looking for good Things while we're still on the ground swimming near the coastline, We need to iron our old thoughts and our old ideas like we do to our Old clothes just to make them looking better anytime, If we feel that our thoughts and our ideas suit our time and our days Then we keep them and we look for better ones to match our time, By ironing things including one's thoughts and one's ideas, We mean making things better and we work to reach the best, Our days and our time are both hard to accept rusty thoughts and Rusty ideas because of their influence on us, Time is like the sword if we don't cut it, then It will cut us into pieces and Days don't have mercy if we don't look for the best, so Ironing is the only cure to all our rusty thoughts and broken ideas.

Topic(s) of this poem: life

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 1, 2014

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