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My friend, a glass object

You're not alone
There is someone else
Mother Earth Set us
that is
We never kiss her hand
Or improve to it
We are still repeating
Heaven is under the feet
And it is they who gave birth to all of them
Mother Earth gave birth to us
You, me, and other creatures
Live what we live
We dream however we like
And we ruin without shame
We hold back it with everything
Let's get back to it again
So she embraces us again
With the mother's love and affection
Mother Earth gave birth to us
As trees and flowers
You're not alone
There is someone else
I brought my talk to
Poor glass
lost his ear after falling
I caught it
And fondled him while I sip
Morning tea or mint
He became lonely
and neglected
Nobody uses it
He was the one
Fill in hearing and sight
Share my evenings
during writing a poem
Or recite a poem
to hear the attendees
Or in the trash
To spin the circles
Mother Earth gave birth to us
Parchment for the condition
My thoughts fell apart
My feelings sided
Never God never leave you
It will be from the moment
Fill my hearing and visual
No kindness or pity
Rather, love and appreciation
Mother Earth gave birth to us
My friend, you are not alone
In (Human Garden)
How many people lost consciousness
He lost his sight ... his hearing
Leg or hand
How many people lost their feelings
Nobody bothering anyone
No one cries for anyone
Mother Earth gave birth to us
You taught us what we learned
To love without limits
give good give
Today or tomorrow to it
We will come back
Mother Earth gave birth to us
With a beating heart
Eye watering
Hands crave
On a broken heart
Hey ( my glass ), my friend
you are not a human
Rather, it is a glass object
Do not be sad
In (the human garden)
That wild jungle
Who is lying
Conquering .. it kills a person
There are those who are weakened by others
Run over
Do not be sad
Wait for the good
You are not doing what hurts
And if you hurt one day
Guilt is not your fault
But the fault of that being
Who has a tongue
Called (human being)
Sherbein / 25 February 2020 Tuesday
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Submitted by mohammad_h on March 03, 2020

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Mohammad Helmi ELsallab

was born in Sherbein - Daqhlia -Egypt in 22 October1965 Bachelor of English Literature 1988 Head of Sherbein Literature Club My poems were published in major Egyptian and Arab magazines and newspapers (Al-Ahram Newspaper - Akhbar Al-Adab Newspaper and Al-Hilal Magazine) more…

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