Lalitha Neelapu


Way Of Life


What's there to live life by losing it to life

The earth sings and the sky talks
One who lives every moment of his life doesn't feel sorry to die
The heart which has passion says it
What's there to live life by losing it to life.


The life doesn't live for ages which is the friend of journey of life
It shows the path of destiny which is full of thorns and difficulties through it
Why to think about tomorrow what all is there is just today
What's there to live life by losing it to life.

When and where everything happens is all just the magic of time
Even though your heart breaks down sing melodies of love
In dense pitch black night the light of moon blossoms
What's there to live life by losing it to life.

u'll get the light of life in the darkness somewhere for sure
Happiness and sadness is all about just 4 days of life
There's rest in pain and laugh is the companion of tears
what's there to live life by losing it to life.

Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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