MOHAMMAD SKATI


WE ARE


We are merely IDS and numbers, Passports, fingerprints, and some Other things if someone wants to know, We are the weakest creatures on earth though we Behave like we're the strongest on earth, We are merely statues or like statues because We're unable to change our world into a better world, Our pretty souls died long time ago and funeral processions Were made for them because we didn't use them well, We are like dead corpses because we can't do anything Well for our brothers who are suffering too much, and We are no more as we used to be before because we're Helpless and useless on all levels in our life.

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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