MOHAMMAD SKATI


TRUE LOVE IN THE POETESS' EYES الحب الحقيقي في عيون الشاعرة


She said: I don't see love and I give love To all people, People lost the meaning of love Because it became a cheap commodity like Other things, They misunderstood it Because everyone understood from his or her Perspective of interest, then Which true love? ! Big question marks surround love from all Directions! There is no true love! It's a big disaster! Love got lost in our play's puzzles, then It lost estimate place, Our time is different with its love and its Hatred, We're no longer able to understand things at All, The meaning of love has turned vague after It inspired us, We've got searching for mirages only of an Alternative to love Like the all alternatives in our time... Days have chocked us with wonders and with its odds, so Solving the true love's formula got Impossible... Such is our time! We don't feel regretful for those who lost Love in our time because We will not live the coming times Even if we try. ______________________________________________

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: love and pain


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