MOHAMMAD SKATI


The Whole World Is In A Grain Of Sand


A pretty grain of sand is Meaning a great thing for me Because in it I see a pretty world More than the current world in which I live and walk like a lazy snail, I don't know what's going on with our World which it looks to me like a large Grain of sand, but it's useless and hard, A pretty grain of sand is a safer world At least to me anytime and anywhere, You might laugh at me when I tell you so Because what I see in my pretty dreams I don't see in our real world which is Unreal to me and to the rest of all people, In a grain of sand I live happily, but in Our world we live hellish life which is absurd, Our planet is merely a network of pains and Eternal sufferings by day and by night, then In a grain of sand we wish to live eternal life, But in our current world we only wish to die.

Submitted: Saturday, August 31, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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