LOVE_AND HATE_ Lyle Ashwyn Holland

(22-JUNE-1989 / RIVERLEA, JOHANNESBERG, South Africa)

'Differences'


2different places,
2different ages,
2different phases,
2different races,
Just running in...
2different mazes,
Look4A difference...
Where nothing ever changes_

Its different alright.
Nothing about it is ordinary or common,
We have differences you're right.
But we have a lot more in common_

Its different now.
Thinking short term instead of forever,
Its different now.
Just can't decide if its worse or even better_

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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When things take a a turn in your life,
Everything just went wrong or right,
It could be a curse or a blessing,
You can't even decide of how fast it happened,
Life was such a rollercoaster, and you've just landed in a whole new position and the only choice you have is to adapt. You don't know where you are or where you headed, you just know 'its different now', because of the choices you made in life or in love!

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