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MOHAMMAD SKATI


SNOW IN MARYLAND


Maryland is my sweetheart And I love everyone and Everything in it anytime, I love its white snow and Its pretty creeks and rivers, I love all its birds and All its colorful trees, I love its fallen leaves In Fall and I love the pretty Snow that falls in winter On its roads and its streets, I love its pretty Spring With all pretty flowers, and Its pretty Summer anywhere, Beauty is only in the Whereabouts of Maryland, I love all its people over there For their respect and their generosity, Everything and everyone in This wonderful Maryland are Great and lovely, so everyone Who goes over there will be Happy and glad anytime.

Submitted: Monday, November 11, 2013
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