Treasure Island

kfm Productions

(30 / 03 / 1987)

Be grateful!


I live my life to the fullest, /
Because, i don't know what will happen tomorrow. /
I believe that life can change in a second. /
Hence, everything i do is from the best of my ability. /
I thank god for blessing me with this life. /
Hence, i pray each and everyday. /

When you smile somebody cry. /
When you smile somebody is mad. /
We all wanna be happy! ! !
When you shout somebody is deaf. /
When you walk somebody is disabled. /
When you hot somebody is cold. /

I see because i still can. /
You need to see because you still can see. /
I walk because i can. /
You need to walk because you still can walk. /
I listen because i can. /
You need to listen because you still can listen. /
I read because i can. /
You need to read because you still can read. /
I write because i can. /
You need to write because you still can write. /
I speak because i can. /
You need to speak because you still can speak. /

Author: Koena France Mokoena

Submitted: Monday, June 21, 2010

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  • Liliana ~el (3/8/2014 10:16:00 AM)

    Great poem
    We must live and embrace all of our opportunities and abilities because we possess them and can
    Great, inspiring message that people need to take into practice (Report) Reply

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