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Abdul Wahab


Fate


He is called
As you call your servant

And ask for wage
For the service

Never did for any one
Not even for yourself

When you are refused
With rage you call him

All bad names
As he is a fallen man

Blame him
As he is your tool

And he is
In between you and your misdeeds

When you act
And act very successfully

Without being asked
He gives you all

But you take all the credits
Thanking none

Yet he never takes
All these in his heart

He dispatches and distributes
And he remains impartial and his calculation is just

Now you better understand
why, With out work,

He does not give you
As he never wants to be blamed

And never wants to be biased
That is all and all is that.


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fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate fate

Submitted: Monday, June 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013

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