MOHAMMAD SKATI


Under The Mercy Of Illusions Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI


Illusions are mirages or like mirages Because that feeling of having something And you don't have it is a tricky illusion, It's like someone swims in the realms of glory, but It's just swimming in a bubble, Life is true, but It's like a false dream when someone plays on it, A war is a war anytime and anywhere, Peace is peace anytime and anywhere, Love is love when it's true and we love real people, Everything is false when it contradicts reality, We can't have something which is not found or Available from what we feel everyday, Love is found when there are pretty lovers and So on, God is because we feel Him anytime, anywhere, and Everywhere, We feel pains and sufferings although We don't see them, Illusions versus realities because That's we feel, Being under the mercy of illusions, then It's like hiding great truths and facts From one's naked eyes Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, so Life is not illusive nor absurd, but It's like what we see through our eyes and Through our minds' eyes.

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 27, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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