Abdul Wahab


>>>Mend Your Ways


Cry, cry
And wet your eyes
That will not change the situation
You are in
Or improve the condition
You bring upon
Only it will ameliorate your pain
And you will feel comfort
Those are not the works of other people
Nor the acts of fate
Yet no ways are left open
To make them straight
Last hope is your repentance
Please choose your words, correct
As one life is too short
To reverse or mend the mistakes
You have done in the way of making life
Cry, cry
And wet you eyes
For you the only option left
Do not blame others
Or curse your destiny and fate
You are the master of your own making
The owner of your conscience and head
Before it is too late
Cry, cry
And wet your eyes
That will help you to mend your ways.

Submitted: Monday, January 20, 2014

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