I love this poem from Egypt.
It’s about a girl who wants to go back to her village after being exiled from her family in the past and she wants to take her revenge.
I thought that the idea of writing a poem to go to Egypt would sound too simple.
But when I started to think about how to do that, it turned out that I had to invent a lot of things, I guess.
The main idea is to write poems with Egyptian-language vocabulary.
The idea was to write poetry with the same vocabulary that I used in my everyday life.
For instance, when I read the poem, I feel like I’m reading from a novel, or a movie.
But that’s not the case.
In fact, I’ve never even thought about that, because the words don’t even have any relation to the poem.
The poem I wrote to go there was inspired by my family, my brothers and sisters.
I wanted to go, not to see my grandmothers, but to feel the warmth of her presence.
I have to say that I’m not sure what it is about the poem that is different from other poems I’ve written.
Maybe it’s because it’s a poem that has a specific historical context, like a memoir of an Egyptian woman.
But I’m also not sure why it has to have such a specific context, because it seems to be so simple to write.
I was trying to imagine the feeling of the poem when I was writing it, and I’m still trying to figure that out.
I feel very comfortable in my own skin, I can tell you that.
What I love about this poem is that it’s about me, about my own self.
In this poem, the girl wants to return to her home, to see her family, and to know that she is still loved by them.
She wants to tell them how she feels, and she asks for their forgiveness, her own.
I want to go with her to Egypt.
She says that she wants her revenge, and so I write a line about how she is ready to return.
She doesn’t know that I’ve gone away, and that she still loves me.
This poem has such a special place in my heart, even though I don’t know what she means by that.
It is such a simple and beautiful poem, but it has a special feeling to it.
I’m a writer who writes poems to express myself, but this poem was very important to me.