MOHAMMAD SKATI


Walking Alone, But I Am In Her Heart and Her Mind


My sweetheart walks alone As her habit everyday, Today there is no sunshine, but It's not bad outside, I see her walking alone, but She is very happy and glad, It is almost the pretty sunset That has come happily to welcome her, She walks lightly like a pretty dove And all trees are watching her, The pretty birds are singing For her while she is walking, Outside nature welcomes her Before night falls anytime, so After finishing her walking, My sweetheart will be back Home to complete all her pretty Things as her usual habit.

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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