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Amin Ilelah


As a child I was
Unable to believe in something
Now a young man
't's impossible to believe in nothing
Every love lost
Begun with full optimism
't's good to have lost love had
Though the experience may seem terrible.

As a child I was
Unable to believe in death
Now a young man
't's impossible to believe in life
Every life snuffs out
Start swerve n witty
't's good to have lived n die
Then you will have reminiscence in heaven.

Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2008

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  • Rookie Micheal Udenyi (1/29/2008 7:58:00 AM)

    wow i love this
    you'r doin great my friend
    i too sometimes do not believe in life
    even tho at times i wished
    i were never born
    keep it up big brother (Report) Reply

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