A word to the King

So what comes to your mind when I tell you ” I am writing a word to the King.. ” ? 

Normally, when people are to meet a king, they put on the fanciest of suits and the most glamorous jewelry and make sure they look perfectly perfect. Well, let me tell you that the most suitable suit you would love to be in regarding the King I am talking about is a suit of Respect. Believe me, his qualities combined, are extremely rare.

“Man’s greatness lies in his power of thought.”

I am not going to bore you with mentioning how great and all of that he is. But there is one special thing you need to know. For some time, this king was known as the King Of Poetry. Oh and I’ve had the honor of writing with him before. Anyway, it happens to be that today is the day that King came to exist. Everybody rushed and showered his highness with great wishes and royal gifts. I thought I’d probably write a poem. But then, what poem would you really grant a KING OF POETRY ?! And so I thought of just wishing his majesty some wishes…

Royal is his middle name.

Dear King,

May you find happiness in every direction your paths take you. May you never lose your sense of wonder, and may you hold on to the sense of humor you use to brighten the lives of everyone who knows you. May you always be patient with the problems of life, and know that any clouds will eventually give way to the sunlight of your most hoped-for days. May you be rewarded with friendships that get better and better, and with love that blesses your life forever. May you meet every challenge you are faced with, recognize every golden opportunity, and be blessed with the knowledge that you have the ability to make every day special.

“Remember this, as you blow out the last candle ( what ? we’re in 2012, kings blow candles, don’t they? ) :
Life holds no challenge that you cannot handle.”

Since nothing seems worthy enough in any way..
I will just wish you a special birthday!

فالنهني اليوم بك إنت لأنك من مواليده و نغني لك بميلادك عساها لك سنه سعيدة 

Allow me to sign this post,,
by what I’ve been once called,,

Poetry Queen.


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