Treasure Island

Lisa Chicharello


The Lonely Souls


The lonely souls wanders
Alone in the walks of life
No other souls as their companion
The lonely souls wanders

Alone in the daybreak
they've done their duties
In the walks of life
The lonely souls wanders

Alone in the life
They meet many other souls
Who comes to be
Unfit for the lonely souls

The lonely souls wanders
As the days pass by
The lonely souls became
More lonely, with no other

souls as their companion
The lonely souls wanders
Alone in the walks of life
The lonely souls decides

Not to die, but to face
Life in all it's hardships
The lonely souls still wanders.

Submitted: Thursday, November 24, 2011
Edited: Thursday, November 24, 2011

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