Treasure Island

Antoinette G..

(Virginia)

~Life~ Antoinette G.


Life, something so big and unexplainable
Something we try to grasp while seemingly unabtainable
Life, something that gives us a peace of mind
Something so sweet so divine
Life, you can descibe it as something beautiful
With a thousand words
But you can fill it and crush it
With a thousand verbs

Life, something that's filled with blissfulness, excitment, pain, stife, sex, work, and sorrow
Life, something most people take for granted
Life, so fagile like the Earth itself
But we fill it and trash it
With all kinds and all sorts

Life, something we try to disguise
Because we're so hypnotized
By all these
LIES
Life, life is like a melody
Like a song
Its here one day
But the next day it could be gone

Submitted: Friday, March 14, 2008
Edited: Friday, March 14, 2008

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