What Some People Do - Poem by Conley Murray
There is not one person that don't have a fault.
There are some people that find your very worst fault,
and then go to other people and that's what they want to talk.
There are two-faced people that will eat you up to your face,
then go to other people and tell them some of the things you do
is a total disgrace.
There are some people that claim to be your best friend,
but when you need them that is when the friendship end.
There some people that are your true friends,
and they will be with you to the very end.
IF PEOPLE WOULD TAKE CARE OF THEIR OWN FAULTS,
THERE WOULD NO REASON TO GO TO OTHER PEOPLE AND TALK.
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