MOHAMMAD SKATI


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ابكي على الرجال الذين يبكون على الاطفال و على النساء و على الشيوخ و على المروءة و على الكرامة و على هذا الواقع الاليم, عندما يبكي الرجال فبكائهم حقيقي و يدمي القلوب و يحزن النفس, انهم يبكون فلذات اكبادهم و النساء المسكينات و الشيوخ الكبار و البيوت المدمرة و كذلك صمت العالم الخائن تجاه كل ذلك, مشهد رهيب! يتامى مساكين و ارامل و رجال يبكون حزنا على كل شيء, اصبح المشهد رهيبا و كأنه جحيم المعركة و البركان الذي بدأ يرمي حممه غاضبا و عالم جاحد ناكر لكل مايدور, فقط الموت يصول و يجول و لايستثني احدا و تبقى ارادة الله فوق كل شيء.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 27, 2014

Topic(s): loss


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