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Being an orphan! (28 / 09 / 2011 / 20: 24-PM) .


I like being an orphan, because i get everything for free. /
I eat, drink & sleep, because of my grandmother. /
I don't like being an orphan, because they suppress my feelings. /
When i was young i was taught to respect my elders, but i am surprised /
if they don't respect me. /

I am that kind of a man who treat people like they treat me. /
In other words if you communicate verbally to me, /
hence i will retaliate too... /
If you care i will care... /
I hate negative people, because i am positive. /
The fact is i am isolated, because people underestimate me... /
Hence, i prefer to mind my own business,
because i hate to lie. /
I rather do everything on my own, because i do it to the best of my ability. /
I don't need anyone's support, because i can do it on my own. /

Author: Koena France Mokoena

Submitted: Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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