Treasure Island

alaa hussain

(01/01/1965 / kuwait)

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Profession Pen responsibility and are‏ ‏not making reckless and feeling

my‏ ‏sweetness river and rubish words

maid for God overcome its verses

what is the age of dialogue in fragments hibernate

close window and my son wall O nation perseverance over
selves

from the dawn of emotions
what changed every thing and love did not life features

So long as you know how to smile wandering in the fact that migrations

there are fun and exquisite grove breezes

or say everything once and
never am rainy perfum skin deep

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
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