Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


(Images From The Innocent Childhood) صور من الطفولة البريئة


اتذكر المدرسة و مقاعد الدراسة و اصدقاء الطفولة و الزواريب القديمة و الاحياء المجاورة و البحر الازرق و الخريف و الشتاء و الربيع و الصيف و اتذكر الالعاب التي كنا نلعبها خلف جدران المدرسة و امام قصر الاشباح و اتذكر لعبة ' الطمامة ' و كذلك ' لعبة الجول ' و كذلك في عيد الفصح المجيد كنا نلعب جميعنا لعبة ' طقش بيض و طعميني ' امام دكان المعلم نخلة و في الساحة الجميلة و اتذكر الزنازيق و القليبات و غيرها ذكريات جميلة مرسومة في الذاكرة الى الابد هل ستعود هذه الايام ؟ ما اجمل الطفولة! و عندما نكبر تأخذنا الحياة في اتجاه اخر. ************************************************* *********************

Submitted: Friday, March 07, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

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  • Words' Knight (8/21/2014 11:45:00 AM)

    I would like to comment on your poem in Arabic, but my laptop's keyboard is in English. Memories are the best time in the any human's life; they are the individual's own and personal history. (Report) Reply

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