The Real Coming Of A Pretty Fall - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI
Every year A new fall comes Pretty and lovely To nature's lab To say I am here With all my authority To change all plants And flowers' dresses To bring them new Dresses later, I am here watching With all my authority All lands' plants to Say the best words to All nature's stuffs, I start with pleasure The new cycle of life Because without me There will no other Seasons anytime, then I am ready to be here Nice and pretty to be A prelude to pretty Seasons to come to lands And nature everywhere.
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