Treasure Island

Dwayne Earle Gordon


Life


'Life', it is not a game.
'Life', sometimes it brings fame.
There are many people in the world today who looks the same,
Yet, many thinks that this is a shame.
People cannot make people, that's the truth.
But they are many parents out there, that need to spend more time with their youth.
'This is not a joke', said a friend, these people need to come together and become one again.
If not you, who?
If not now, when?
Let us take a stand, that the fight against each other will come to an end.

Submitted: Thursday, May 05, 2005

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  • Charles Chaim Wax (5/5/2005 10:05:00 AM)

    This young man clearly has a deep grasp of life, and what elements of life lead to happiness. I hope he will continue to write poems and give to each and every one of us this fantastic wisdom. (Report) Reply

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