Treasure Island

sallam yassin

(05/06/1968 / Hargeisa, Somaliland)

26 of June


26 of June came again
The old month of June
Old but always young
In the calendar of glory
The gala caliber
counted high
'cause the freedom course
call, culminate
and came to the final call
cheerful calls
calls of the courage men
who retained hopes calls
to, heart
and healing the wounds
of the soul
26 of june came again
the old month of june
old but always charm
when we differentaite
the light
the light of the freedom
the lost and cost althou
it; very high
the dignity through the lost
we, reign
as a nation
we, regain
to the heart again
26 of june came again

Submitted: Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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  • Wahab Abdul (5/10/2013 2:49:00 PM)

    wow! sallam bro.. long live and write fantastic poetry like this one, what a structure! indeed first time i see, i think it is unique and first of its kind... bravo (Report) Reply

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