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Batool Rabab'ah

(birth date 13-4-1977... death date 13-4-2020: D: D HEHE! ! : P: P / Canada)

Faces Of The World


There are 4 faces of the world
One is happy, the other is sad
Another is angry and the last face is calm

The first face is happy
Where you’re hopeful and full of life
You admire everything in everyday life
If it’s real or even if it’s made of clay

The other face is sad
Where everything you see is dim
You’re sad with everything in the world
As if you’re looking at a blackboard

Another face is angry
Where you feel so furious
You believe
That maybe life is unfair
Or maybe it’s your friends

And the last face is calm
Where you feel numbness
You’re just sitting there
Not doing a thing
As a useless player
In a football game

Submitted: Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Edited: Friday, July 23, 2010
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