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What comes around goes around

Hiai a tung a thuvual pen keimah mimal a kana tuah pansan a nei in a dik na hon kuppih leng ka ut hi, class 9 ka zil kum in mikhat hoih kana sa tei a, va hel ngam ciah lou lawmte toh chu khatvei vahel khom nainai huai nung chu kei kia ngen a tung, nitak teng phial in ka ngaihtuah kha gge a ka hai chil petmah, kumte hn kivei zel in pawl 11 ka hih in nungak  dang khat mobile tungtawn in kon ki mai kha ua ken chu play na dan maimai a ka try le zou chih le aman hn ngaipetmah ken chu nidg a hoih kasak nu mah va hel zel thou, khatvei ka nungaknu toh kimu khin ka hoih sak nu hel dia ka pai le hn thei inchin cih le ken le khen mok aman pona petmah hon kah khum hial, tu khonung khong a hon na ngaihluat dan ki thei khe pan,
hunte hn paizel in laisim na ziak in Delhi kon tungtou a Delhi a mikhat toh kon ki mai kha non ua delhi a nu toh chu kaki hah thuah petmah uh himai tutan ka manghilh moh hial vangsiat huai tak in kum khat val kaki ngaih poh nung in kon ki khen non ta uhi , hucin innlam a summertime zang dia ka pai sung in nungak khT va try khe non tua nu toh zoh kithuah tam lou in ka paisan pan a awlaal a ki thu zak lou in ki thuzak non lou a kikhen suak kha, kum te bang hn mualliam zel in 2013 kumbul kon lut ta chu nuthoi khat toh ki ngai kha non get nuthoi ahih lam ka thei a khen chet hon kah khum ngoihngoih mai nuam kei ei,  a zoh summer hon hi ta, Facebook a kana kichat pih gge khat toh kon ki ngai non ua ken le cu ka ngai petmah a aman le chu hn ngai petmah a hilele ka past life te hn thei semsem cia lunglelh na neih ahi dia kon kikhen zel ua ka pona tel mai, hucin, kumtawp lam hn hita Nungak khat toj kon ki mai kha non ua tua nu toh chu full time a ki thuah himai, ki teng di tanphial  khong a ki itna ka neih lai un kei lungsim siat ziak in kikhen na kawlni hn suak zel chu a guk in ka kapkap mai. Hisi a ka thiltuah tengteng ka ngaihtuah kik cia kei pat khelh ngen ahi, abul tung in mi kana sukha se lua a tua kei a dia khasiat na hn tjng ahi ka ci lou thei kei, what comes around goes around chu kei mimal ting a dia dik pet mah i ka muh hiai teng na sim khit nung in kei mohna ngen ahi chih hn theih pih un aw sangamte
Mohsak di kuamah kanei kei, chiloung taklou mah kahi huci pipi a hon ngai lsi a om tei tei ua ke mi ham pha   kahi di
Kawktuam nei a gelh le kahi kei ana,  
Itna ichih mi play na di ahih louh dan kon shAre ut ziak a hiai bang kon gelh ahi, mitui a mantam dan thei chiat ni uh misu kha siat louh hoih pen leh vual zawl huai ahi. Gelh khel om leh ngaihdam, simtu tengteng omnuam 

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