Muhammad Mirash (7th augest / kannur)
I have to come there like you.
Or the life may take me there.
I can see a future against my wish.
that will be horrible than the hell
for the men like us.
We were learned to break chains.
But these chains are dear to us.
Then forget every thing.
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