Treasure Island

fareha fatima


journey of our life


life takes many turns,
and gives something in return,
we always keep on finding,
what is out there hiding,
all the things which we get to receive,
our future is still bright even then we believe.
life goes on and people change,
and through it all the time will not be the same,
life keeps on going worse and worse,
but we still keep on finding the right doors,
life is harder but we still get smarter,
and if we are alone we are to be known,
all of us have the right to life,
so lets go out and fight for our rights.
life keeps on changing,
and we keep on blaming,
the world is insane we keep in saying,
up we see and there they're gone,
we lose our lives but we still stay strong,
and in the very end we are here to say,
life was a game and we we're here to play.

Submitted: Monday, March 17, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 17, 2014

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