Treasure Island


Here and There

I was there someday, but I am here now, I was yesterday there, but I am here now, There is a difference between Here and there, There means I did something, but Today I suffer, I was supposed to reap the merits Of there for the sake of here, I suffered over there too much, but Today I am suffering without limits, How to get out of here to be over there Is so hard and so difficult, Things get worse and worse and I have no any pretty choice, I am drowning in my dark sea which my Bad luck made it for me, I didn't think things to happen like this, but I am still so patient with myself, Bad luck chased me to be its friend and It chose me to be broke and in bad situation, so I am still trying to define my ' here ' and ' there ' Because I want to know which one of them is or was My deadly mistake.

Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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  • Imagine Whatif (3/1/2014 4:11:00 PM)

    i am so sincerely sorry for your conundrum. i feel your pain. baby steps, i suggest, one little step then the next. keep it in perspective. (or don't if it's too hard yet) just always remember, everything is hard before it's easy. you'll be ok. (Report) Reply

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