Hunter Kejick

Rookie (Aug/03/90 / Sioux Lookout)

Beauty Life


Where will I live?
Where would I call it home?
Where's my only land?
Where can I teach?
Where is it leading?
Where is my life?
Where will I die?
Where's everything gone to?

This is where I live,
This is my home,
This is my land,
This is where I teach,
This is my future,
This is my only way of life,
This is where I'll die,
This is my life.

This life is Beauty
This life is hard
This life is very difficult
This life isn't easy
This life is flowing
This life is teaching
This life is where I can find life of my own

I live in a beauty world
I live in a beautiful lake
I live in a land
I live in the wilderness of my land
I live in the world of tomorrow

Live in the Beautiful world where life is there

Submitted: Friday, May 08, 2009

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  • Rookie Amelie peace (5/20/2009 3:40:00 PM)

    very uplifting poem, its easy to tell that you care a great deal about your home and how you live :) passionate!
    keep livin- great read
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  • Rookie Tai Chi Italy (5/8/2009 4:56:00 PM)

    You seem to be at odds with your place and choices HK, all I can say is that, where you live and how you live, is almost always determined by the joy that you gain from the person who you love and live with or if single, the family and friends that make where you live, home. For moi, home is wherever my heart is, I can make my home anywhere as long as love is beside me.

    A very thought provoking read

    Smiling at you

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