MOHAMMAD SKATI


It's Not Your Job


It's greatly not your job To like or dislike someone Because it's unfair to behave Like this towards people anywhere, but It's your job is to be pretty to people Because all people are nice and pretty And they deserve to be treated nicely and Wonderfully anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, If you don't like people This is your problem because people everywhere And anywhere are sweet and lovely, It's not people's faces that determine one's lovely Or not lovely, but we look only at people's pretty deeds, so People are greatly pretty and sweet anytime, Anywhere, everywhere, and all around our globe.

Submitted: Thursday, August 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 15, 2013

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