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MOHAMMAD SKATI


PRETTY HOUSES


The HEART is the pretty house of LOVE, The TENT is the imposed house of a REFUGEE, The WEB is the engineered house of the SPIDER, The HOUSE is the pretty house of the MAN, The JAIL is the supposed house of the PRISONER, The CAVE is the known house of the BAT, The NEST is the pretty house of the sparrow, The STABLE is the pretty house of the horse, The SEA is the sweet house of the FISHES, and There are many other houses for different creatures.

Submitted: Friday, June 07, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013

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