MOHAMMAD SKATI


WHAT IF ONE'S BAD DEEDS BEAT ONE'S GOOD DEEDS


Bad deeds always versus good deeds Simply because that is the way in life, If something is bad, then We must avoid it or If something is good, then We must appreciate it anytime, Only good deeds prevail because that's a good way in life or Someone chooses a rouge life which is disgusting anytime, As pretty human beings, We tend to choose only good deeds against all bad deeds, Good deeds relieve us unlike bad deeds bother us in life, Most of the pretty people in life what is termed good deeds Against what is termed to be bad deeds, but A few people choose the wrong road simply because they like to lead a Wrong life for some time, then they will fall sooner or later, The more anyone gets happy, the more he gets sticking to good life, so Good deeds are appreciated anytime, anywhere, and everywhere over bad Deeds.

Submitted: Friday, July 18, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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