Treasure Island

Ellen Mendez

(malaybalay)

Fate


In this world we're not destined

Destiny lies in our path

Having the one you love and care

Is the most valued treasure

But still on fate i am holding

That in heaven we're destined,
and told from the beginning

Your smile gives light on my day,

Like the blossom sunshine of May

But, fate on my life was being certain,

In my heart you are forbidden

A soul can't do but longing to end

All sorrows and pains to ascend

For in fate i am holding still,

That in eternity we'll dwell

In our fate that in line,

To our the destiny that incline

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Sunday, January 05, 2014

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  • Ambrosia A (6/9/2013 11:09:00 PM)

    So true no one can change fate, destiny. Only we can pray HIM, to give us the strength to withstand all.Gud write. (Report) Reply

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