Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)
Biography of Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)
Well, first of all i should say hello to all dear poets those are all my friends here in this site. i love you all.
AS you know my name is Ellias. I'm originally from Persia. a country with a rich culture and old historical years those my country has passed until now.my purpose of poetry and writing poems is to wake up the humanity in all it's different aspects in our life. Humanity _ In my ideas_ Should be the daily concern of all of us.
i will continue writing for humanity and i want all of my friends and fellow poets here to help me and give their ideas, advice and etc.. to make the world a better place to live.
mankind is in danger and that is our duty as humans who use this world to stand for the goals of peace and humanity. this is a universal call, please help me to make steps, to make the world ready for the Savior. to help the people who needs us.
by the help of God..
and the awaken people
long live to the humanity and justice
long live to real liberty..
known as Anderson C.A.
Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)'s Works:
Golden key_ In process.
International poems collection
path of salvation_ collection of literature works for the humanity soul_ written by the cooperation of M.O.P group (stands for messengers of peace)
- Nature Or Nation, Or Nurture? (Ft. Nader...
- My love, the humanity and friendship (sh...
- For the people Of Palestine
- Fall Of Poets
- Poor Frogs.
- I Meet You In Dreams
- Fight for What?
- Feel of Trust
- Our Biggest Mistakes
- Family meeting, a real event, last chanc...
- The Red past and the Green future
- Bring me the felucca
- Fathers Are The Men From Sky
- Vision of an old Man
In the night, under the shadows of the moon, there was a mother
Who had a terminally pretty daughter? !
That girl has a nasty reputation, she has a cruel dude
Her mother said she was ruthless, she was crude
That girl was stubborn; she taught she knew the ways
But the time brings her the darkest days!
She just kept her mother down,
Not only at the nights, even in the evenings and dawns
Her mother was alone; she was just worry for her