LaSoaphia QuXazs

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

What is your wish for life?


Are you afraid when the lightning and thunder is on?
Or you and your pets stay calm & know your time is not yet done.
Do you want to fight for some good cause?
You have to know who fights will be fought down, because.

Or you go for foolish earthly pleasures,
You do not listen for all those good advises and treasures,
Want what you want, never give up,
So, get heart attack, depression or alzhimers to fill your cup.

Choose what you wish carefully and stand up for it,
Stay where you are, or turn away & transit,
You have the choice to choose Life or curse,
However, you have to take what comes, that will be your disburse.

Personally, I went through darkness, many troubles and sadness,
My wish is to enjoy the simple life, stay in God's goodness,
Take care of my every day necessities,
Live in peace, harmony, health & for better life studies.

Submitted: Monday, July 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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