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Other people“Other people”
Who exactly are “they”?
Why is it that
Everything we do
Is always for the sake of
Why do “they” suddenly become
The epitome of moral
Of common sense and
Who suddenly died and named them
The judge of our actions
Our lifestyle, our culture
Of everything we already know
“Other people” won’t like it if you wear too little
“Other people” won’t like it if you don’t clean up after them
“Other people” won’t like it if you can’t dine with them
“Other people” won’t like it if you do things your way
Who gives them the rights?
To make us
Our own people
Do things their ways
Providing to their comfort
Despite it invalidates
“Other people” won’t like it if you’re not observant
“Other people” won’t like it if
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[APH][Eng] Other side of the hill"A piece of the sky would be so cool, yanno," the king mumbled.
"Yes," the doctor agreed, absentmindedly.
It was true that the weather was being splendid; had he been any other ordinary (free) doctor, he would have canceled all appointments, left the work to his apprentice and spent the whole day on the green hill, bathing the warm sunlight. But the doctor was no ordinary doctor, so he came to the palace at two p.m. as he was previously ordered, in full attire but with an utterly bored (dying) expression.
And really, the only thing that could motivate him enough to trap himself in the palace was that his patient was the king himself. But even that reason was failing to wake his sense of duty, the doctor lamented, because of the current political situation, where basically no one gave a damn about whether you were royalty or not. To be frank, everyone hated the king. And most of the palace. But the blame was mostly on the king, so three quarters of the people had stoppe