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MOHAMMAD SKATI


ONCE UPON A NIGHT (A POEM BY POET YASER NADEEM SARI)


I came by the loved ones' house, One night, Before cock's cuckoo urged by love and I called upon the house's owners asking Their amicability, then They kept silent like tombs and they never Answered, I said to the house's door: ' Do you hear? I will break the lock if I'm misunderstood.' The closed door said cynically: ' Hold on, You arrogant, you got bad luck, And you got cheated by the heart's lovers', so What's the door's fault if the loved ones Rejected you? ! _____________________________________________ This poem is by the great poet of his time YASER NADEEM SARI and this poem is called 'ONCE UPON A NIGHT '.I translated it into English, so many can read it. _____________________________________________

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014



This poem is the translation of ONCE UPON A NIGHT ذات ليلة - للشاعر الكبير ياسر نديم صاري by MOHAMMAD SKATI


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