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True and False Fruit

There are many friend in the world,
There are many fruit in the world,
Some are like lemon falsely clamied fruit,
And some are like Melon true fruit.

But I know -
That, all don't know,
That they think lemon as melon.
They eat lemon,
They curse melon,
And love lemon,
But Niketa tells them
There is a vast difference between them
Lemon is sour in taste,
Melon is Sweet in taste.
Lemon is a false friend,
Melon is a true friend.
Test Lemon,
Test Melon.
Then You will be happy throughtout your life.
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