see fee lee

(27/08/1962 / malaysia)

Christmas Missing Person


For years you been missing
No one knows you dead or alive
For goodness sake what have your mum and dad said and done?
You run away because some disciplines from mum and dad
Stopping you mixing with bad crowds

Girl may get pregnant from the man with no responsibilities
Run away hiding shame to be working girl
Boy may hang out with coward turfs
Shamelessly bullying and hurting young and elder people

Missing person into trouble
Become alcoholic and druggy
Going in and out of prison
Sleeping on the street with a blanket or cardboard box

STOP the shame and go home
To be a worthy human being
Your family is waiting for you to come home
Wish you happy family Merry Christmas

Submitted: Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011

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