Treasure Island

RUBAB ATWAL


Satisfaction


I know it will be immoral to have
almost everything in the world.
As even with the best in the universe
I will still ask for the better than the best
million of things better than the rest.
I will go on asking heedless of what I have
that's why I know it will be immoral to have
almost everything in the world.
Let me be contented with what I have in life
and ask for what I deserve and not what I desire.

Submitted: Monday, September 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
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