RiRi S...

~So What~

I may be an Arab,
But it doesn't mean
I am a terroist.

My head may be covered,
But that doesn't make me
Different from the rest of the people.

I am doing what's right for me.
I am a regular person like you.

You wear perfume to smell good.
You style your hair for your outfits.
You wear make-up to be beautiful.

I wear perfume to smell good.
I style my hijab with my outfits.
I wear make-up to look nice for myself.

I am not here to please anyone.
Life didn't come with instructions.

You are doing what makes
Yourself comfortable.
I do what makes me comfortable.

I am making God happy.
I am doing what he wants.

You pray everyday.
I pray everyday.
We may be different religions,
But we are all to be treated equally and fair.

If you don't like the person,
Don't talk to them.
Leave your haters behind you,
Leave your loved ones first.
They who matters to you.

Submitted: Saturday, July 30, 2011

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