Treasure Island

Muyark Olamilekan Hlestakolve


Life Master


Life is a living being
Life is like a working shadow
Life is sub divided into cupe
Is either you follow life or life will follow you
But it is good to be master for life
For he who follow life will serve for life


Don't allow life to surpass you
For these will allow you to have time for God
Or be it, you are serving under life
These are those that left life dump-handed
For they left nothing for life after death



All for them, is to run blindfolded for life
Money! Money! ! Money! ! ! they cried out in agony
These tempt them to sin against God
For they even seek black-power to get money
All these, for the sake of life
For they are serving under life


Hey! my folks, you can be yourself if you want to be
Need not to be struggle for life
Just be satisfied with all your needs
For these will make you to be 'Life Master'.

Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2012
Edited: Sunday, December 30, 2012

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