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رواد رضوان: أين المفر؟

أحياناً نمر بتلك الايام التي نحتاج فيها للحديث عن "ضيقة الصدر"، وهذه التدوينة عبارة عن "تنفيس" لا أكثر ولا أقل، لا أتوقع أن يقرأها أحد ولا أدعي أن هناك من قد يسيفيد منها، ما هذه إلا فضفضة عن النفس خلال اواخر ساعات العمل الأخيرة من هذا اليوم. 

عزيزي feel free to leave

ضاقت بنا الدنيا فإلى أين المفر.. 
في بلادنا لا نجد الفرص، نسافر الدنيا بحثاً عنها، فنجدها، ولكن لا نطالها 

لماذا؟؟

لأنك عزيزي في أعينهم خطر.. أي خطر؟ تتسأل... كلانا لا يدري ... 
تجد فرصتك ولكن تاتيك الأخبار "عفوا عزيزي لقد تم رفض وجودك هنا"  ..كأنهم يقولون "أنت خطر" 
ةلكن بكلمات جميلة 

ما علينا ..

ولكن أين المفر 

إلى بلاد اللا فرص 
أم إلى ذل الغربة 

قد لا تفهم المقصود مما ذكرت.... لا تحزن ... فأنت لا تعيش حيث أعيش 


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