MOHAMMAD SKATI


A STUPID MIND


He thinks that nobody knows anything About him except himself, He thinks that nobody knows anything About his bad deeds except himself, He thinks everyone loves him very much, but He forgot his cruel actions anytime, He thinks everything is all right around, but He forgot that he was behind everything bad, He thinks he can give and he can take anytime, But he forgot that he is merely a dwarf, He thinks he owns the stone, the tree, and the Air, bur he forgot that only God owns everything, He thinks himself an important thing, but He forgot that a bee is better than him, He thinks what he wishes anytime can be a magic touch, But he forgot that God's will is over his ugly will, and He is merely a stupid mind in the shape of an ugly Tyrant who is the man of his bad moment for some time.

Submitted: Sunday, September 08, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013
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