K…U…W…A…I…T

Monday, February 17, 2020

The country where I live
A blessed nation, I believe
Wealthy is this nation
Let’s proclaim this notion

Abundant in oil
Clothed with sandy soil
Desert full of Cactus
With bleeding latex

Rush hours in traffic
Annoying people terrific
A parade of fashionable cars
Slow in motion they are

Breezy lushy winter
Cold and freezy later
Sunny dusty summer
Hot and humid to suffer

Wafra and Abdali
Known for agriculture
Mirqab and City
Symbolizes architecture

Blushy yellow Rhanterium
Forms deserts emporium
Heavy build date palm
Soothe stressful mind calm

Humpy floating camels
Implies strong rigidity
Grazing flocks of sheep
Signifies unity

Enjoy Kuwait’s liberation
Due to martyr’s revolution
Hoist national flag in happiness
Marking Kuwait's independence.

Black symbolizes defeat
Red implies enemies' bloodshed
Green signifies fertility
White represents purity

Roam in peace
In Kuwait’s breeze
Happiness and peace await
Blessed stay in Kuwait

Shining as sun’s ray
In elegant golden bay
Long live, the good-hearted Kuwait nationalities
And the expats, who are the beneficiaries

Kind….Unique….Wealthy….Adorable….Ideal….Trustworthy

Love u Kuwait!






Johann A. Prem, 9-F, FAIPS-DPS



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Johann A. Prem, 9-F, FAIPS-DPS
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