MOHAMMAD SKATI


A rock or a grain of sand?


To me and
Only to me because
I don't know others' opinions
About a rock or a grain of sand,
A grain of sand is great and pretty,
A rock is just a piece of a hard thing,
A grain of sand is small in size, but
It's great in feeling things,
I feel it pretty and I feel
It like a pretty kingdom of tranquility and peace,
A rock is hard and pretty, but
A grain of sand is something unique
In God's great creation of things
Even if they are greatly small,
I love it because I can live in it
Calmly and peacefully with whom I love,
My love is unique, so
I choose this tiny and pretty grain of sand
To be my pretty kingdom because
I can easily feel myself as a pretty
Human being from what I feel in our current world,
To be or not to be can be achieved only in
A grain of sand rather than in our planet Because we're surrounded by many things around us, then I love this wonderful and tiny grain of sand
To be my house because only there
I can achieve how to be or not to be.

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 28, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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