Treasure Island

Triauna Hall

(April 21 / Maryland)

Fresh Start


I’ve got some fight left in me
When I look in the mirror all I want to see is Tri
It’s that time to move on to bigger and better things
Focusing on me and what life will brings
I’m taking the blame for everything in the past
Moving on with an open mind and getting there fast
Most things never last but it doesn’t really matter
The complicated cycle of life makes everything shatter
Life gets better and the company you keep
Whether reaping or sowing, or in too deep
I know everything happens for a reason
That’s why I’m where I’m supposed to be.
Thankful for the good and bad and just happy to be me.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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Journey to happiness again.

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