Cannita Melius


It's funny how...


It's funny how its requires us to lose some one in order to realise what we had in that person
It's funny how some thing drastic needs to occur for us to realise who was there for us every time we needed them but we just neglected them
It's strange how life occurs
Testing us every second of every hour of every day just for us to realise what's what and who's who
But we just dont do what life asks for
We oppose it
And lose sight of what really matters
It's funny how what you do to some one will come back and bite you in the butt when you least expect
So you can have a taste of your own medication
Live and let live
Enjoy life to the fullest
Treasure everyone who comes into your life
The fack ones will disaspear when you are in need the most
Life sure is funny how it operates......

Submitted: Friday, September 02, 2011
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