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MOHAMMAD SKATI


BEAUTY الجمال


Because God is completely pretty, then Everyone and everything are pretty and They have beauty anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, Beauty is not any word or a passing word, but It's a great and sublime word, The word beauty itself is a sublime and Wonderful world in itself, The beauty of persons and the beauty of things Not just in their shapes, but In everything great and sweet they contain it, Beauty is not restricted to pretty or beautiful faces, but It goes behind to the beauty of all persons and all things, If we think beauty is found in our faces, then We're greatly wrong and the wrong way, It's beauty that fascinates and it's the soul that charms, so Beauty and our souls combine to make A great thing in us and around us, We all love to be pretty and lovely, but That's not enough, We need all components to share themselves, so They form a great world we can see it or imagine it In us, around us, anywhere, and everywhere, Beauty is great and sublime if other things Visible or invisible share it to be or not to be, All beautiful things are anywhere and everywhere, Hidden or unhidden, Visible or invisible, We feel or we don't feel, so Beauty stands to be in all of its pretty kinds only.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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