Aljazi .q8

(kuwait)

Simple but hard


its simple to take but hard to give
simple to ignore, hard to pay attention
simple to complicate, hard to resolve
simple to make mistakes, hard to apologize
simple to remember the happy moments, hard to forget problems
simple to hate, hard to love
simple to cheat, hard to think
simple to use, hard to produce
simple to enjoy, hard to thank
simple to play all the time, hard to pray for a while
simple to meet new people, hard to visit our family
simple to ruin, hard to clean
simple to read, hard to recognize
simple to imagine, hard to practice
simple to plan, hard to decide
simple to get, hard to reject
see how Its a simple life, but hard to understand.

Submitted: Saturday, January 03, 2009
Edited: Monday, January 05, 2009

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