The sun'S brilliant eye



Things appear and they will appear                                                                   Just to show things and those who are behind them clearly                              Simply because to be in your hide out forever                                                   Will not solve the problems you've cause to others ,                                         Everything is cooked behind the curtains                                                          To hide things from people , but                                                                         Those people smell some burnt foods ,                                                          Even if you hide yourself and cook behind the clouds , then                          People will know about simply                                                                        Because you can not hide the clear truth from people's                                 Eyes under the clear sun's brilliant eye .
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Mohammad Skati

I AM AN ENGLISH TEACHER .I AM A TRANSLATOR AND AN INTERPRETER .I WRITE POETRY FOR CHILDREN .I TRANSLATE POETRY .I WRITE POETRY IN DIFFERENT WEBSITES .I AM ON THE FACEBOOK .I WRITE STORIES AND SHORT STORIES .I AM GOING TO PUBLISH MORE THAN ONE BOOK ABOUT POETRY .I LOVE POETRY IN ALL LANGUAGES TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH AND I DO TO TRANSLATE POETRY INTO ENGLISH .I AM POET .I TAUGHT ENGLISH ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ESPECIALLY POETRY .I READ A LOT OF POETRY IN ENGLISH AND TRANSLATED POETRY FROM OTHER LANGUAGES INTO ENGLISH .I WILL TRANSLATE POETRY INTO OTHER LANGUAGES SOON .COMPOSING AND HELPING COMPOSE CHILDREN SONGS . more…

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