Treasure Island

Karen Lee


I Die A Thousand Death


Life long road are rough and uncertain
The curbs are never ending
No one knows what is truly ahead

I lost my heart on so many thoughts
In joy, in hope, in pain, in love
In each I'm dead

A restless sea of waves I tread
Drowning, grasping for breath
I fight a good fight
It's life over death

How much longer
What is next
Useless
Useless, is such a quest

Over and over
Again and again
Life challenges pound me to death

Though I live
How many lives I have left
Cannot count the moments
Niether track the days
It is so much weigh to carry
Aren't you dead yet!

Surprise!
Here I'm again.
I had not reach my destiny yet!

Submitted: Thursday, December 13, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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