Treasure Island

Bri Edwards


Security..... [protecting yourself, your happiness? ; 'smart' living; Very SHORT]


Serve your employer well.
Expect the unexpected.
Be careful to few lies tell.
Use a network, protected.

Remember to be safe.
Imbibe only with care.
Try, others, not to chafe.
Meet your needs first, but share.

(Jan.2013)

Submitted: Sunday, June 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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although it may have been in my mind my whole life, it has only been in later adult years that i have thought 'aloud' that making oneself 'happy', let's say comfortable enough to not be miserable, is a good thing for a person to strive for. in my case, helping others helps me to feel comfortable so i 'kill two birds with one stone'.

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