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Oldage



Oldage is a poem
It keeps behaving like goons
One day we are calm
The other we are cursing like wolves
Allah save us from such moves
Make us nicely behaved
Belign and maybe Daisy!
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Submitted by aliseema10 on June 01, 2021

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