ryanne askar


Home


home is where you'r loved ones are
home is where you'r heart is set at ease
home is where you belong
the only place where you can be you
and not think about the little thing
in life

home where the mind feels for
and where the soul is searching for
and where the heart aches for.

home is a place where you truly feel like you belong
where you feel no pain
where everything goes right
and where the hear and mind feel at ease

home is the beginning of life and the end
home is the thing that you never forget
home is the thing that you'll protect
and the thing you'll die for
and the thing you'll never regret

home is where life began and ends

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011
Edited: Friday, December 30, 2011

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