Lost in Translation...

Helwa Ya Baladee...Beautiful my homeland/Country.

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Anonymous said…
Layla, can you say now at 2 years distance which have been the actual achievements of your blogging, both on your personal life and on the cause of your people ?
Anonymous said…
Dear Ms Anwar,

I am asking this to you as you seem to be quite a palm tree "expert", besides ex-owner of a sweet innocent unlucky one *sighs*

Some time ago, someone very very very dear to this poor mad heart of mine wrote to me that my nature reminded him of that of "a palm tree, when at sunset..." - and left the rest in suspense.

I asked him many a time to finish his sentence, but he (by the way, a most unique, both insufferable and unforgettable type of human being...) refused to satisfy my curiosity.

I must say I never had the pleasure and honour to see a palm tree in her natural environment, juast like I was star-crossed enough not to be in time to visit the Great Iraq under the Martyr President's wise and enlightened rule.

But I love them both, the plant and the land, to such a point as to always pray the Almighty God that they may one day offer my mortal remains cool shade and safe shelter...

Long live Baghdad and Al-Quds free and dignified, and eternal glory to the Arab nation.

I will be awaiting your clearing-up.

My respects.
Anonymous said…
Layla Anwar is an agent for Izzat Al Duri.
Layla Anwar said…
anonymous,

I don't know you tell you me !
I just write and the outcome is not in my hands.
As to how blogging changed me -- it has changed me radically. What is on the inside and the outside, are one and the same.
Layla Anwar said…
Dear Like a Palm Tree,

I am not sure what your friend meant by that analogy. I'd take it as a compliment. The most beautiful sight is watching the sunset through the branches/leaves of a palm tree. The sunsets and the palm tree remains upright and unbending...
Layla Anwar said…
methinks,

No, am an agent for the Somalian secret services...
Anonymous said…
Dearest Layla,

I FEEL your pain and sense of loss ...

Not for long - the tide will turn. Helwa ya baladee will be far, far more helwa than you've ever known.

With love and in solidarity.
Layla Anwar said…
Hiya Little Deer,

Good to see you around. The tide will turn when the scum are out - regardless of where they came from.

God bless
LJansen said…
Hi, Layla.

How come Haris went to Israel?

Does everyone have to go there?

Thanks for your sharp, clear edges.
Anonymous said…
Leyla my sweet Bagh-daaaaaaaaaaaaaadee chick, when will you temporarily give away your Iraghi pussy to me and my brothers in Husayn's blood ?
Anonymous said…
Layla, my soul sister, work your magic, make my Iraqi sweetheart forgive my words and come back to me...if he's still alive, that is.

Am SO tired of keeping losing "things" on my way...
Anonymous said…
While you were busy selling everybody else's country, you found yourself having sold yours! Country, ass, mother, and your very palm tree!
NUR
Anonymous said…
MUSTAFA KEMAL ATATÜRK is still your saviour, you İDİOT!!
NUR
Kali Manitou said…
Some pleeze throw this NUR-chick a ATATÜRK bone, she's loosing her grips... Hey NUR, o herif öleli 60 sene oldu, vatan düşman elinde, get over it with your Atatürk rave....

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