Akanksha Srivastava


My life, my way Poem by Akanksha Srivastava


This is my life,
I want to do something really nice,
I don't know what to do with my life,
I can't comprehend the life,
I have to wake up
I have to make up my mind
Then i realized,
There is lot to do with my life,
Everybody say life is too small,
But you can make it bright and large,
Do the right thing on time,
But still i can't comprehend the life

Life is too small,
So do a great deed
Just do what you love,
Make up your mind,
and do great deed in your life,
Life is to small to be sad
Life is too small to hate somebody,
Life is too small to be alone,
Everybody is here to do their job,
So just do your job
and you will see you bring out the
best of your life

There is pain, there is sorrow
but there is joy and there is sorrow,
just count your joys
and move forward in your life
Don't be afraid
just do what you want,

So i have make up my mind,
I will do a great deed in my life,
I will do what is right,
I will do what i want
and i know this will be
accepted to all.

Submitted: Monday, August 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 20, 2013

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