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Why people are getting envy with others?
Is it because of their ugly personalities,
or else they see nothing but insecurities?
Maybe they're just a trouble makers.

We cannot get rid of enviness easily
But we can control it for the reality,
We shouldn't live our own in fantasy
We should trust and face our ability.

Enviness is a complicated emotion
It brings hatred and mind poison,
It's a destructive elements of relation,
It doesn't give better to our companion.

We must love our work than the others
And believe something in our own and conquers
Everything is enough and it is an opportunities
to avoid and get free of enviness...
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Submitted on August 22, 2017

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I am Roche Pelisan Borres, just came to simple family with complex love and respect. I finished a degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in financial Management on my own strength and knowledge, I was a working student and that's encourage me to fulfill those dreams. I have no hurt feelings to my parents for being a working students because they are very supportive emotionally and mentally. I always want to write every detailed of my life's story and express it through poem and essay, it makes me feel great. I am a friendly but frank person in some sense. I also love to draw and reading different kind of books, especially inspirational books. My poems sometimes reflects my personality and the rest to others; friends,acquaintances, relatives and even to strangers. I have motivated to write poems when my English teachers appreciate and praise my first ever poem composition that was when I was in high school. From then, I had made more poems with varied topics. I write poems when I was in the state of being alone;either am I sad or happy. Is alone means happy? In some way or the other, I feel that way. more…

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