MOHAMMAD SKATI


I Love Fish احب السمك


احب السمك بلا حسك و بلا رائحة, احب صيد السمك و لكن بالقصبة فقط, احب السمك بلا رائحة مشوي او مقلوي او مطفى بالحامض و الثوم, السمك مفيد و لكنه ليس رخيص, السمك حلال و خال من الكوليسترول و لكنه ليس طعام الفقير! البحر مليء بالأسماك و لكن تذهب الاسماك الى من يمتلك المال الوفير, هناك اناس لايعرفون طعم السمك و لاحتى الحسك و هناك اناس يعرفون طعم السمك بدون حسك, سمك بلا حسك اذا انت انت تأكل كالملك, السمك مفيد و لكن الجيوب فارغة فكيف يؤكل السمك و الجيوب فارغة ؟ احب السمك و السمك لايحبني لأن جيوبي فارغة, فما العمل اذا ؟ ................................................. .....................

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, July 04, 2014

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