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MOHAMMAD SKATI


Raneem's Pretty Success


Success is pretty and lovely Because it does not come from nothing, But it comes from one's persistence and one's hard work, It is the pretty fruit of a great mind That works by day and by night to reach its pretty aim, It is the pretty light that paves the way to one's pretty future, It is the road map in our pretty life if we reach it, but if we Fail it is the end of a pretty dream to be fulfilled, O dear, Raneem ! Believe me nothing comes from emptiness Because life goes on towards success in its great levels, We love the pretty success because it is a must in our life, Hard work and the love of success lead us to the pretty path We choose in our life because we need to be successful, Life wants us to be helpful, so success accelerates our Pretty steps to have it and to get it all the time, We work hard because we want to be something in life And that urges us continually to seek the pretty success, People do not care about details, but they want useful Results like someone gets his or her pretty success, Success's taste is different because when we get it or we reach It we feel we are great in our eyes and in people's eyes, O dear, Raneem! Believe me, your success is mine, ours, and Everyone around it anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, and I know the meaning of your pretty success to all of us and to All the pretty world around us by day and by night.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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