A Love story



I miss my beloved girl very much
you can call her koki,keeewee,and whiskey!
she was great and lazeezeh …… used to smile and draw everyones smiles
no one could pay us a visit without having her kissing him!!

you can go to Jaramana and ask all the dogs about her! she had the sexiest tail ever seem in Jaramana!!!

Lolo is our neighbour’s dog, she didn’t love him, but whenever we ask him “Weena kimmy?” (where is kimmy?!) .. he used to jump to the window and star at our veranda with tears in his eyes.

it’s the most oweful love story.

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About Abu Elmeej

Colored reflections seeker, looking for everything which colors and fulfill my need of beauty and balance.
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11 Responses to A Love story

  1. GraY FoX says:

    tayeb where is kooki now ??

  2. Majd says:

    nice questions, thank you ..we have change our home, and she lives in Mashru3 dummar these days !

  3. Ghalia says:

    Ana kteer shurira, I hate all all animals even fish. bas hay 3anjad looks nice.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Well this looks sad…I hope U wont miss anyone else like that….To remain the strongest love story

  5. Anonymous says:

    By the way I am Darin….Hehehe I was joking…..But I really hope that U’ll never miss anyone again…..

  6. Anonymous says:

    What a piece of shit blog

  7. Chicago says:

    Nice blog, good to see a young man making the most of his life in what appears to be hard conditions.

  8. Anonymous says:

    kteeeeeeer cutie hal kooki 🙂

  9. Anonymous says:

    good luck with your aspirations dude, cheers from Boston, MA – USA

  10. Anonymous says:

    nice blog, this is my first time to it but won’t be the last. i like to hear from real people from different countries and not just what the news media waits you to read. thanks

  11. Anonymous says:

    I am American and have been to your wonderful country. I was excited to see your blog on an online article on yahoo.com.I hope someday that people can separate government activities from the people who live in these countries…..I found the Syrian people to be so welcoming and hospitable.I look forward to another trip there, among other middle east countries so see the wonderful things there. And I hope someday that more Americans come to Syria to see the history, culture, people and definitely the great food!I wish you the best!

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