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Only Birds of the Same Feather…



If to you they make hey,
Or refused, try and know why,
Stupids are known as stupids,
The wise are the well-known stupids,
If to you they make hey,
Or refused, try and know why.

You must be good for been a bank,
And shall always ends thank,
If it is dustbin you have been,
Accepting refuse, your values are seen,
If to you they make hey,
Or refused, try to know why.

If you think, together, with a mind,
Or just fool the ass of been his kind,
You are then good and make no mistake,
To the dark, your company, many will partake.
If to you they make hey,
Or refused, try to find why.

Hmm! The good knows good,
The anti-goods, do not know the good?
So, be good to good and bad to bad,
For been you stupid to stupid end glad,
If to others they make hey,
And not you, have you pondered why?
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Submitted by Abu-Ubaida_Sani on April 18, 2022

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Abu-Ubaida Sani

I was born in 1993 at Misau LGA, Bauchi State, Nigeria. In the year 2017, I obtained a degree in Education and Hausa from Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. I have a number of publications with different academic journals across the globe. Moreover, I have attended and participated in various academic conferences, both national and international. Currently, I am a Hausa language lecturer with the Department of Languages and Cultures, Federal University Gusau, Zamfara, Nigeria. I also provide language services as well as outsource. I have worked on: memoQ, MateCat, Crowdin, Lokalize, Wordfast, SmartCAT, TMC, TMS, Transifex. more…

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