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Marianne cries for her children


Diana Skrapari

That Friday night,
The bells rang,
Taking with them,
Broken dreams.

Paris was darkened,
The human folly struck,
God is love,
Why hate,
Its seed sowed?! …

Marianne cries for her children,
With the tears of a mother,
The tears of sorrow
Of Her body,
The tears of grief
Of Her soul.

Marianne spent nights
Without sleep,
When they were babies,
Crying at night.
She took them
In her arms,
Reassuring that
The nightmare was over,
Dear Mommy was there.

Marianne, a beautiful queen
A Mother with endless courage,
Even the storms
Of the history,
Did not kneel you,
You remained strong,
Your glory has reached the summits.

Marianne cries for her children,
Who dreamed of being
Her right arm,
She fought
To raise them up,
To make them,
Worthy citizens,
Nourishing in their hearts,
Three values
Of humanity,
Liberty, equality, fraternity.

But hatred
Is blind
The soul is darkened,
The reason is looking for
A light,
But in vain,
It is lost,
In darkness,
There is no survival.

Is the halo
Of Your soul,
Welcoming land,
Land of Hope.

You have opened your arms,
To those who
Were seeking freedom,
To those who
Wanted to live in peace.

Marianne cries for her children,
Who just wanted
To live their lives,
Spring flowers,
By murderous bullets
Faded, perished.

That Friday night,
Someone waited
To come back home,
A brother, a sister, a boyfriend,
A mother, a father, a girlfriend,
A cousin, a life, a soulmate.

Their eyes fixed
For long time the door,
Praying to listen
A ringtone,
The wait was endless,
They became
They leftâ?¦
They are goneâ?¦

Marianne cries for her children,
She cannot believe
They are not there,
Thinking they will
Come back from a long trip,
In her head,
She still hears
Their voices.

An angel approaches
Slowly to her,
He wipes
The tears of her heart,
He kisses her
With his wings
And says softly,
Mamma, my beautiful Mom,
Donâ??t cry,
I did not want
To leave you,
But the Evil
Took me away from you,
Be strong,
Dear Mum,
I am your guardian angel,
Watching over You,
From Heaven.
I love you, dear Mommy!
Thank you,
For all that
You gave me,
On earth,
When I was alive.
I am an angel,
But the Marseillaise,
Resonates in my head.
For eternity,
My heart,
For you,
Will beat,
The tricolor flag
On my soul
Will rise.
I love you, dear Mommy!
Donâ??t cry!…



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PhD Diana Skrapari-The Famous French Writer Diana Skrapari was born on 27.12.1977 in Kucova, Albania. She has the Albanian and French citizenship. She left Albania when she was eighteen in 1996 when she was graduated by the High School â??Mehmet Akif Ersoy Kolejiâ?ťin Tirana, Albania in 1996. PhD Diana Skrapari is a law graduate at Universite Paris 2 Assas-Pantheon where she has received a Bachelor's degree in Law (LLB) and Master of Science in Business Law. She then attended the Universite Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle where she was graduated with a Master's research degree in International Studies, Anglophone Studies focused on diplomacy, economics and political science of English-speaking countries. She also graduated from the Universite de Nantes where she received a Master of Laws (LLM) in International and European Human Rights Law. She then studied French language studies at Universite Jean-Monnet of St-Etienne (Her research Professor was Marine Totozani the sister of Igli Totozani, the former Ombudsman of Republic of Albania) where she received a Master's Research degree. In 2017, she received the PhD in Diplomacy and International Relations at the University of Tirana with the "Very Good" distinction on "The Role of France in the EU". She has very good knowledge in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Portuguese, German and Esperanto languages. He has basic knowledge in Russian, Greek, Dutch, Yiddish and Azerbaijani. She has published 9 books in France at the Edilivre French Publishing House and 3 books in Germany at the Lambert Academic Publishing House. He has participated in many national and international conferences and has written many articles in the Albanian and foreign press. Her books can be found in the Bibliotheque Nationale de France, but also in online wellknown bookstores in the world like Amazon, Gibert Joseph, Fnac, Barnes and Noble with the name Diana Elise Skrapari. Website facebook author page https://www.facebook.com/Diana-Skrapari-389847027801573/