MOHAMMAD SKATI


A Chalet


A pretty chalet is A pretty refugee's Dreamy house when he Will leave his ugly tent, but As long as he lives in his Permanent tent It seems no chalet, A chalet is a great reward For those who will leave Their ugly tents, but they Hope one day to leave their tents, All pretty refugees wish to leave Their tents as possible as they can, but It seems nothing happens in the near horizon, Staying in a tent is hellish and it's out of A pretty soul's imagination anytime and anywhere, People look forward for a better life, but a Refugee is doomed for a life imprisonment in a tent, and It looks a tent life is outbalancing a chalet life Just for the present moment and may be for the near future.

Submitted: Saturday, August 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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  • Imagine Whatif (9/14/2013 1:38:00 AM)

    someone likes to stand in his ivory tower and assume the worst of humanity.... from time to time, eh? (Report) Reply

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