Treasure Island

David Pyrs

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Courage And Will


When you walk through the desert night, without any hope at
sight, but that small piece of it inside your heart.

When you face your strongest fears, your knees shaking but you still
scream; ''Come on if you please! ! ! ''

When you live your life for everything except yourself
and still fight to protect your dreams...

When all your dreams have been shattered and gone,
yet you rise and start a new one...

When you dare to love with all your heart..,
whether the princess or a small bird in your backyard..,

Then, you will be free to roam this life with Courage and Will
none can match.

Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 10, 2014

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