Sossi Khachadourian

A Candle In Dark

Just in whiles
You may return to the same place
Where you've begun
So don't be so proud
What makes you man
Isn't your money
Neither your fame
Nor your coloured eyes
What makes you a real man
Is your kindness
Your pure spirit
It should be your pity
Noting in this world is immortal
Nothing going to last forever
No one's going to stay alive till the end of time
We all are passengers here
Today is your's
So you may begin to make a change
To make someone smile
To wipe away someone's cry
To bring back a poor child's glowing eyes
Be the candle that lights other's dark
Don't be savage for what you possess now
They're today your's
Tomorrows are always hidden gestures

Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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