MOHAMMAD SKATI


A CAREFREE WORLD IS MY PRETTY WORLD


Care kills a nine-soul cat or Any great hero here and there Because it is the greatest soldier To face a man on earth or anywhere, To be carefree, It means to be in an ideal world Which is not found on our planet Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere Due to many ordeals and headaches We are living together With or without a pretty reason, This is our world and this is the Stage we stand on and we live on, We suffer on all levels for any reason With or without our wish or our wishes, We die in life to live in death A million of times everyday, It's not our wish to be like this, but What shall we do to change ourselves? We're totally disabled by what comes From all kinds of pains and sufferings Around us anytime and everywhere, We're merely pretty human beings, but Care downs us to the bottom to be or not to be, We live amid a sea of cares, so How can be carefree? We're drowned in a pile of headaches and in piles Of cares that make us drowned in the bottom of our life, We're in a world full of cares, then We're totally broke because things Are out of our will anytime, anywhere, and everywhere.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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