hosny Soliman

(2/6/1954 / Egypt)

Once Upon A Time


Once upon time
It was from long time ago
I was always hope to fly
My father told me
You must have wings to fly
I asked my father
How can I have wings?
My father said it's impossible
Only birds and angels can fly.
I sat down and start to cry.
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From few days ago
I met her on my way
I petrified in my place, gazing at her
She was walking in her way away
She vanished, it was like a dream
I went in my way
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On the next day at the same place
I saw her again
No.... it can't be a fortuitously
For sure it must be the fate
I went in my way
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In my way i still thinking about her.
Yes i'm walking over the land
But really i was flying in th air
Thinking about her
Without wings i'm flying at the sky
The sky of love just me and her
Lo, My father without wings i fly
Lo, My father why you made cry?
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Submitted: Friday, September 16, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, October 12, 2011

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