david kush

Rookie - 444 Points (December 24 / south bend indiana)

AS I SEE IT


Look, but look, past the obvious
Listen and hear the unspoken words
Give comfort to those that are hurting
Open your life to those who are lonely
Never stop dreaming for dreamers never grow old
Losen your grip on yesterday
So you can grab hold of today
Go with your gut feeling
For nine times out of ten
It's the right thing to do
Laugh for laughter lifts the soul
Give sometime for helping others
For in the end it will help you
Make something your passion
For without one life is dull
Thank all those who have helped you along the way
Never let life harden your heart
For love now, past, or future makes life bearable
Last of all, thank the Lord for he has made it all possible

Submitted: Monday, December 21, 2009
Edited: Friday, March 26, 2010

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