Dawn Lambert

(feb 21 1997 / Hawaii)

Life


Life have happiness
Life have laughter
life has love
life has joy

but life also has sorrow
life has tears
life have mourning
life have fears

life is good
life is bad
whichever you follow
life is life

life doesn't always have a bad life
it only matters on how your spending
but if you put your life on Jesus Christ
then He will do the fending

so either way you choose to live life
there is always choices to be made
is it Hell or is it God
life is life

Submitted: Monday, December 31, 2012

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what choices in life do you choose to make

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Joshua Fegley (10/7/2013 4:30:00 PM)

    Plenty of sorrow in this life. Happiness, laughter, love and joy are all short-lived. Sorrow and fear, I hold so dear. Good write regardless. (Report) Reply

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