Treasure Island

yihuai ying


a man's life


a man's life isn't easy
and i'm so unlucky indeed
but all the unluckiness
cannot actually eventually
lead to a better life
then you just imagine
people need to get used to it
it happens everyday
no tears for it, no regret
shame even become numb and lost
just give a laugh in the end
to let all the miseries go soundlessly
if it ever means something
then now it lost its meaning

we all need a look back of the past
but dont like to be shared
good for the glories, bad for the miseries
if it ever means something
then now it lost its meaning

Submitted: Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 14, 2011

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