MOHAMMAD SKATI


It's Your Pretty Choice


If you don't have a pretty past, so All is not over because you still you Have your present and your future, If you don't have a pretty present, so
All is not over because you still You have your future which is ahead,
If you have a pretty past, so you can Build up a very pretty present and Very pretty future anytime and anywhere, If you don't a have pretty present and You will not work for your future, then You can stick to your pretty past if
You have one, but if you don't have a Pretty past, a pretty present, and
You will not work for a pretty future, then It's all of your great problem and no one else, You need to have a pretty past, a pretty Present, or pretty future anytime, but
If you don't work for any, then it is not Acceptable anytime, anywhere, and everywhere.

Submitted: Sunday, August 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 05, 2013
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