A diary on Occupation: A story of a nation

A story of a nation in two people .

A Palestinian loss

A cause thrashing

An ongoing Diaspora

A continuous expatriation

An identity that remains …solid , humane , pure

Though covered with burdens of miseries and mixtures of blended sorrows and difficulties

A story of a Palestinian lost cause , and a shattered dream of two souls .

An attempt of collecting two souls in one story of a nation ,

Though taking place sometimes at a refugee camp or a city .

A forced expulsion or a voluntarily exile …

Both living in an inner exile among people ,beyond space and regions.

Sorrow of a long history of a nation , filled with agony and despair

And yet

Powerful and determined as a deeply rooted olive tree

Filled with humanity of a whole universe

Surrounded with a spirit of a holy creation.

Two hearts that bond jointly beyond Space and Place

Beyond Darkness and Shadows

Ahead of culture and evolution

Further than History and Past

Nurtured with a hope for a present

And a dream of a tomorrow that remained

For long , a dream of a nation

A dream of a lost nation for liberation and freedom

5-11-2010

Published by nadiaharhash

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