MOHAMMAD SKATI


Ammar's Pretty Store


Like a bee-hive This pretty store looks, Like a pretty star This nice store shines, Ammar owns it and I run It for good because I'm treating customers well, Anyone can own a store, but He or she can not run it, Not every salesman can run Any store well anytime, Ammar owns a pretty store, but He finds difficulty to run it, He is so impatient because he Thinks customers are difficult To deal with anytime and anywhere, Running a store is like running Anything that is hard and difficult, For me, to run a store is as Easy as to count from one to ten, I like to run a store anytime And anywhere because I love to Deal with all kinds of customers, Customers love me and I love all Kinds of customers east or west, I'm not perfect, but I can do my Best to deal with any customer, so That's me the salesman whose job Is to make good for the store and To satisfy all kinds of customers.

Submitted: Friday, April 25, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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