Treasure Island

LaTisha Parkinson

(23/12/94 d/m/y / a hospital)

Fate Factor


You choose your fate
By the things you do
If you are good
Your fate will be too

Fate does not choose you
It won’t take time to choose you
Just watch what you do
And fate will be good to you

A fate worse than death
For being bad that’s what you get
I’ve been there and back
So I know the facts

Take my advice
Live life right
Just do onto others good
And fate will do onto you

Follow one of the golden rules
Do onto others what you,
Want them to do onto you
And that’s how you choose your fate

Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, June 15, 2011

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  • Salu Salu (11/8/2008 1:03:00 AM)

    Well said, the voice is golden indeed. The philosophy behind fate you pinned out is brilliant. It's the man who determines his goal and achivement follows whether good or bad the outcome it happens that's the fate, like two sides of a coin, when you toss blindly it turns out head or tail, and for a good juggler of, course he makes things in right way repeatedly even million times.
    congrats to dear poet Latisha Parkinson for kindling an awareness. Thanks.............rgrds/salu. (Report) Reply

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