Sam Arjomandi


Nobody Promise You Life To Be Fair - Poem by Sam Arjomandi

Nobody promise you life to be fair
If life doesn't treat you right and you think you deserve better no one really care

When it comes to fairness, Wake up and smell the coffee my dear
Life always has been unfair, take look at nature that gives strong claws to lion, in the name of food to tears apart a deer

Even birth could be unfair, because you can born in a poor family
Only death is fair, because every body follows the same destiny finally

Usually life is fair to rich and powerful
If someone tells you otherwise, they take you as being simple minded or as a fool

Now tell me my dear, in this jungle which called world what you want to be, LION OR DEER?
To be rich and have comfortable life or to be poor and live in a fear

If you rich you can even get a woman to like you
But, don't forget even money can't buy her heart, to make her to really love you
Sam Arjomandi

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 20, 2012


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