MOHAMMAD SKATI


A BANKRUPT مديونير


في كتير من الناس هالأيام مديونيرية ليش ؟ لأنو ماضل عندون شي لامال و لا كلام حلو كل شي طار فلسوا و انئلب الدهب بين ايديهم تراب و خسروا الاحباب بين ليلة و ضحاها صار, و للأسف, كل واحد مديونير بكل شي ماضل عندو شي ماهيك الحياة! يلي بأيدو... في كتير ناس كمان بيعتبروا بس اللي ما بيعتبر ما نيالو لأن الايام لاترحم و كلمة مديونير تئيلة شوي احلى انو الواحد يكون صاحي لأن الايام بتخلي الواحد اشكال و الوان و اللي ما بيتعلم الدرس حتما بدو يوئع و يصير مديونير بكل شي. ) القصيدة بالعامية) ************************************************* *********************

Submitted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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