Treasure Island

Didith Marcelo

(January 1,1989 / Phillippines)

Friend


I had a friend,
Who's name joy.
We shared a laugh.
We cared by smile.

Joy train me to grow.
Joy has been witness in life.
Joy takes care of my heart.
When I'm in pain,
Joy can not come in.
But joy find a way,
How to make my day.
He looks at my eyes,
And make me realized the bright side.

Together we move into the time of significant.
Joy help me to grow,
Joy help me to reach the pinnacle success.
Whenever I have in trial,
Joy makes my day turn into simple process.

Joy is the gift of God to me.
Joy is the essence of happiness.
Joy is my partner to make other smile.
Joy makes me feel better.

I'm with joy now.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 22, 2013

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Because I'm happy.

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