Ashar Owais

(Karachi)

We Love Pakistan


We Love Pakistan


With a flag of white green combination
It proves we are an amalgamated nation.

The people of Pakistan work hard to earn their living wage,
They come across numerous difficulties but they never surrender from any challenge

An agricultural country with agriculture its foremost occupation,
With nuclear power and plenty of resources makes it prosperous nation,

Our Country is best at sports and has won many World Cups around the World
It is also one of the wealthiest exporters of the best sports goods in the World

Pakistan is our nation so brood over its positive features and leave the negative one!
Negative are those people in our country who often deny the positive one.

Allah Almighty have blessed us with such persona than no other Country in the World
We should always be ready to save Pakistan and cheer, ‘It is the supreme Country in the World

Submitted: Tuesday, July 28, 2009
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