Life's Real Ironies
It is ironic to give without taking, It is ironic to love without being loved, It is ironic to be and not to be, It is ironic to read without being read by others, It is ironic to help without being helped, It is ironic to take without giving, It is ironic to go only without being allowed to come back, It is ironic to see others without allowing others to see you, There are many ironies around us, so As you give, then You must take or Fifty-fifty at least.
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