How will I know you rode?

How will I know you rode?

A Poem by Fahmi Mohammed
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Few lines are repeated. I mainly emphasise riding in a sense that the second person is away from me and ain't with me in thoughts. It is a fictitious theme. Have a read for my next release.

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Words came from my mouth,
You never knew
I searched for you all over the south,
You never knew
Floods in the north,
You never knew
Because you were riding.

I prayed for you,
You never knew
So you don't get flu,
You never knew
I wish you had Grandma's brew,
You never knew
Because you were riding.

It became long time,
You never knew
For me, it was a grime,
You never knew
Only I could go to the maritime,
You never knew
Becuase you were riding.

Lone was my feel,
You never knew
It was something which you could heal,
You never knew
For me a great deal,
You never knew
Because you were riding.

Oh! Here, a lot of snow,
You never knew
Flu for me, not for you though,
You never knew
I don't care if you know,
But you never knew
Because you were riding.

Me, out of money,
You never knew
Not even that drop of honey,
You never knew
In the end, me in the grave, of the bloody,
You never knew
Because you never stopped riding!

© 2016 Fahmi Mohammed


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Fahmi Mohammed
Fahmi Mohammed

Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates



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Hello there, I'm Fahmi Mohammed. A 16 year old boy living in Abu Dhabi, the capital of UAE. I'm interested in doing hobbies like football, writing poems and stories, quotings, drawing and travelling... more..

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