Treasure Island

Jeline Loh

(6 September 1986)

A Brand New Year


A brand New Year to be review
The past is no longer the present
The old seems to be anew
It is as though life has been reset

The broken has been made whole
The poor has decided to be rich
The lost is guided by a hope
The singles are ready to be hitch

New Year resolutions are reserved
The best is truly what we deserved
With all our might we will preserved
What is worthy for us to conserved

As we look to a brand new year of precision
As we look to a brand new year of distinction

Submitted: Thursday, January 19, 2012
Edited: Friday, January 20, 2012
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