Treasure Island

Juwon Daniel



One word starts a poem One song spark a moment One flower can ware the dream One second must start a clock One mind can surly show care One bird can berald spring One hand clap lift your soul One star can can guide a ship on sea One word can frame a goal A single cut can lead to death A single vote can change a nation A single sunbeam light up a room A single hand show u care A single candle light wipes out darkness A single meal causes sickness A single laughter will conquer gloom A single grass will surly start a field One step must start a journey A single hope rises spirit A single gulp of water rises soul One word must start a prayer A single drop of sperm makes a new creation One voice can speak with wisdom One heart can know what is true Just one and single punch thus lead to death One life can make a difference One idea thus build a mansion One body can show u passion A single person makes u a companion. just one buddy makes you know he is single, because he is just one and single.

Submitted: Saturday, July 12, 2014

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You see life is just base on one and single thought never be a jeopady 2 yourself. Where ever I am and my condition is not good I will always make a pledge and I will say 'ALL IS WELL'. Remember I always say 'ALWAYS TRY YOUR ABILITY'

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