Ethan Polmanter


Life Is Beautiful Take It In


When your isolated in a crowded place
When your all alone
And theres not one familiar face
When your stumbling in a mass
Because your trying to keep your steady pace

Being shoved and society's an ass
Like life is a god damn race
Take some time to enjoy it
Dont let the little moments pass
Speed is simply not the case

None of us realize our life is ending
Bit by bit
And the moment you flew through
Was your last, and your light in the universe
Vanished without a trace
Who knew?

So never miss your chance
Never decline a treuce
Dont fade away unbeautifulally
Because of the modern trance

Accept every dance
life is spectacular
From the look in your crushes eye
Or the beauty in a horses stance

If you step back and see what life is
And you understand why
You will know peace
And no longer fear the day
That your body will cease

You will have known happiness
In every, single, possible way

Submitted: Friday, March 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 22, 2013
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