Marilee Morley

(Yakima WA)

Life Is Lost In You


Life is difficult as we know it is now
Life is rough as we spiral out of control
Life is mean as the people who make it mean
Life is hard living on your own
Life is scary when you get hurt
Life is real and no can change that
Life is kind when you find your first love
Life is caring when he holds you in his arms
Life is nice and he will protect you in anyway
Life is easy with the help of the ones around you
Life is bold with the ones in it
Life is good when people are good
Life is happy when you are happy
Life is unbearable when you cry
Life is crashing as you know it
Life is holding you down
Life is causing problems
Life is and can be turned around

Submitted: Saturday, July 02, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, July 12, 2011

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  • Clara Odelia Ciutara (7/11/2011 10:52:00 PM)

    this poem is nice to read. you; re good at figuring about life. i like this poem, especially the last verse, in which you wisely said, 'you can always get back up and fight for your right to stay in this world no matter what the people in life say or do you belong here and that's that' i really like the message you're trying to tell. nice poem :) (Report) Reply

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