MOHAMMAD SKATI


A DROP OF WATER IN A GLASS OF WATER Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI


The world is mostly water, but Do each of us get a drop of water In a glass of water anytime and anywhere? We're thirsty because we can not get Just a drop of water in a glass of water! Some people have a lot of pure water in Pretty tanks and in pretty bottles of water and There are some people who die because they're thirsty And they can not get even a drop of water! It's a shame upon the whole world because some They get the best water and some die because of Lack of water anytime, anywhere, and everywhere! Where is the water we want? Where is the H2O? Life is useless with water! The pretty lands will Die, the animals will die, and we will die without water! A drop plus another drop equal two pretty drops and so on, but Where are the other pretty drops that heaven drop to us! Life is going to die if we don't take care of our water on the Surface of our pretty earth and everything around us! We will die if we don't keep our water well because of a lot of Troubles arising from our mistakes and global warming!

Submitted: Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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