sallam yassin

Rookie - 864 Points (05/06/1968 / Hargeisa, Somaliland)

Course of Nile for freedom- dream in square


As the nation in Egypt
Have a dream in square
The president has his nightmare
At square
So as he planned to pull
The course of Nile in change
To go through the square
To smash out his rivals at square
The people made Nile runs for freedom
In square
And no one can change the course
Of freedom in Egypt
No sir.
The river of change is running
Through Egypt in whole sir
You don’t see
And people of Egypt they have
A dream
For freedom they made Nile runs
Through- in square
So they wait the leader
Who goes through to change their life
And flow the course
Which they need as they dream
In square

Dream in square
Dream in square
That we should see
Life in square
Life in square

Submitted: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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