Kishor Pathak

Rookie - 0 Points (22 May 1989 / Nagpur, Maharashtra, India)

Life Is A Gift


Life is a mystery, let's make it a history.
Life is gem; let's play it as a game.
Life is fuss, let's live it in hush.
Life is a journey, let's not forget the felonies.
Life is divine, let's come in front, so as to shine.
Life is a fear; let's not face it with tear.
Life is long, let's make it prolong.
Life is a lesson; let's make with it, some relation.
Life is dream, let's do not scream.
Life is a gift; let's not waste it like treats.
Life is precious, let's not be so serious.
Life is a glitter, let's face it with twitter.
Life is a glory, let's deal it with bravery.
Life is a race, let's live it with grace.
Life is rose, let's make it a prose.
Life is a gel; let's not make it a hell.
Life is tutor; let's make it a future.
Life is an ice, let's break the shackles and rise.
Life has faces, let's make it without races (free from discriminations) .
Life is a gamble, let's not make any fumble.
My Favorite Quote - 'Don't be serious just be sincere in life'

Submitted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, November 28, 2012

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Hello friends, Life is a precious but may become a poison if not lived ENTHUSIASTICALLY. Here I have few crucial lines; very common but vital. Readers please let me know your valuable comments.

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