abdul razaq

Rookie (august 10,1971 / faisalabad, pakistan)

Mirror


Mirror is true friend of man
It tries to keep us in right path
My best friend is mirror

Mirror is true reflecter of everything
It tries to give it, s true opinion
My best friend is mirror

Mirror is sincere with everyone
It tells us what is sincerety
My best friend is mirror

Mirror is faithful to every one
It never gives sorrow
My best friend is mirror

Mirror is of resolute mind
It never gives you in distress
My best friend is mirror

Mirror is true reformer of the world
It tries to make civilized
My best friend is mirror

Mirror is very simple and straight
It never deceives you
My best friend is mirror

april 5,2008
Abdulrazaq

Submitted: Sunday, April 06, 2008

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