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SWETA LEENA PANDA

Rookie - 1 Points (15th June 1991 / Bhubaneswar)

HONESTY


Honesty Is a very precious word
Very difficult to find
in this world u can't get a pure person

everyone is so untrue
Honesty Its hardly ever heard
and

mostly we want it from this world

I didn't get any person till now
to say that they sympathize on me

help me in my worry time
even if wear a shady tear

i don't get some pretty face
who will tell me i m with you
All i want is someone to believe.
i can't find a friend such like that

so better to live a life like that how u want to
make marry never be hurry
just clap your hand
&
say everything gonna be ok

Submitted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012

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