A POSTCARD TO MY FATHER

A POSTCARD TO MY FATHER

TweetThe brilliance of an average man! Americans would spend almost $30 billion on Father’s Day. Mostly spent on greeting cards and other gifts. Americans would outsource their emotion to Hallmarks and gift cards. This litter is my gift to my dad, who passed away in the eighties. I was born in a village in Egypt…

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A TRIBUTE TO MY BROTHER!

A TRIBUTE TO MY BROTHER!

Tweet “We had said goodbye to life, we didn’t think anyone knew we were there.” RIP   Americans have seen many bad Arabs and Muslims; the evening news has been fixated on the misbehaving ones. Time for Americans to meet my brother Abdelrafea, known as sheikh Obed, a name he earned for being the only…

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A MULBERRY TAIL!

A MULBERRY TAIL!

Tweet On a cool summer morning in the western suburb of the Twin Cities. Taking my dog for our daily walk; the air was fresh and clean; the birds were chirping; the houses are enveloping by massive green trees. The neighborhood was quiet before trash trucks roared in, the lawnmowers had not launched their assault…

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