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Aisha's Egypt: Where Old Ways Stay The Same

Where old ways stay the same,

There's usually a good reason –

Ways don't tend to disappear,

When shown appreciation.

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Love, good manners, and kind regard

Tend to wither with neglect –

Seasons change and pass with time

Transitioning unchecked.

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Until no longer remembered,

Until unneeded anymore,

Until with unfamiliar face

Love slowly closes the door.


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Aisha (formerly Kathleen) Abdelhamid is a syndicated writer for EdenKeeper.org, and InspiredEconomist.com, members of Important Media Network. http://blog.importantmedia.org/author/aisha-abdelhamid/She is a retired Computer Engineer with the U.S. Dept. of Defense, where she worked as an Interactive Multimedia Training Author and Graphic Artist. Her latest work published in this field was commissioned by the U.S. Congress as mandatory training for all new enlistees of all branches of U.S. Military, entitled, "Personal Financial Management," hosted by Mr. Ronnie Lott, former NFL football star. In her personal life, Aisha is an American woman who flushed 20 years of marriage to a mean, drunk, 'wasp' (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant) in favor of an incredibly loving Egyptian Muslim man she met online. They married in Egypt after 50 days of correspondence, and less than 24 hours after their 1st meeting. She's using her binders of printed emails as posts on her blog, "Aisha's Oasis." (http://aishasoasis.wordpress.com) Readers are enjoying the whirlwind excitement of an internet romance that went right, and sharing in her new, exciting life in Egypt.



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