God have given us
A life to cherish, a life to nourish
A chance to live to its fullest.
A chance to live
Live a beautiful life
With our own free will
But freewill to do good, not evil.
A chance to renew
When our soul is astray
Blinded with earthly desires
To be chaste again before we die.
A chance to love
Like a dandelion, help it grow
And in due time, let the wind blow
Let it be scattered like snow
Tender, fresh as morning dew.
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