As Long As - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI
As long as I don't have too much money I can sleep soundly well, As long as I don't bother anyone I can say I am happy, As long as I don't backbite anyone I can live in a glassy house, As long as I don't judge anyone badly I can go anywhere, As long as I don't need anyone I can say I am content, As long as I don't interfere with people's affairs I am glad, As long as I don't side with the bad I can say I am great, As long as I don't refuse others' points of view I am wonderful, and As long as I don't go beyond my limits I can say I am satisfied.
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