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Astounding ‘Alem’; Scholar Osama Alazhary and Khairy Ramadan


Yesternight I slept late;
I didn’t go to bed early,
Not because of a man-
For I lost hope in Romantic
Love.
Every experience I pass
Through is to verify this
Unhappy notion.
Yet LIFE
is far much more wider
Than just loving a man,
I still love the BREEZE, the SUN,
And Life as a whole.

Yesternight I slept late,
Not because of a tall
Handsome man in mind
As well as in heart,
But because of a program,
“POSSIBLE” is the name
Of the sequence of flowering
Ideas presented by a thinker
Called Khairy Ramadan,
After long and sadly being
In despair from Arabic
Series here I am watching
A superb not hidden agenda,
But willful educating ideas
Discussed by good philosophers;
Whether the Scholar or journalist:
Osama Alazhari and
Khairy Ramadan;
What a Scholar,
What a TV presenter,
And WHAT a PROGRAM.

Jeddah,
31 Jan.2014

Submitted: Saturday, February 01, 2014
Edited: Sunday, February 09, 2014

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  • Freshman - 939 Points Saadat Tahir (2/1/2014 8:07:00 AM)

    a nice string of musings...truisms and wishes put together, but also with a pinch of salt

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