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LaSoaphia QuXazs

Rookie (1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)

To Work or Not to Work.


Every day can be lovely if you open your mind
Face life as it is, do your best and unwind.
Some of us lives for work and be important,
Some of us spend time doing nothing for them work is unpleasant.

It is not the work, but what we learn through where we are now,
How we communicate with others & what we learn of life anyhow.
So, work hard or do nothing, your place is there to learn the secret,
Preferably with peace, happiness, easy living wish & positive deep-set.

Then you will find life's easy street,
You work only if you want and will find life sweet.
Will find how to enjoy everything,
With gratefulness in your heart everlasting.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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  • Rookie - 154 Points Yasmeen Khan (7/8/2013 1:07:00 AM)

    'Face life as it is, do your best and unwind.' I can say this is the main theme and message of all your poems and so realistic approach to life.
    This one is about conquest of happiness and reminder of great philosopher Bertrand Russel. Kudos dear Lasoaphia. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 416 Points Shahzia Batool (7/5/2013 6:36:00 AM)

    Life's easy street...a soothing phrase to get a little rather a big consolation in this complex journey of life, you are very positive la soaphia, i also try to be...still i dont want toy say what hamlet said to Horatio...your poetry is substantial...thanks so much! ! ! (Report) Reply

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