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Aisha Patterson


Believe


Believe...

I believe
I believe in a lot
I believe in music
I believe in writing
I believe in listing
I believe in mankind
I believe in work
I believe in love
I believe in laughing
I believe in paradise
I believe in safety
I believe in light
I believe in entertainment
I believe in history
I believe in time
I believe in survival
I believe in change
I believe in luck
What do you believe in?
To tell the truth...
None of us is promised tomorrow
Live your life as if the last.
Believe

Submitted: Thursday, June 04, 2009

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  • Rookie Viplove Pradhan (6/15/2010 5:51:00 AM)

    it was d lowest i can give.................
    d worst poem i hav ever read, WAHIYAAD...................... (Report) Reply

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