Lalitha Neelapu


Life a Chance


When friend ignores it hurts a lot
'cause my only besty for a while i lost
Still give a chance so that life can be your besty for lifelast

When situations come in at no means of fusion
Don't know how to deal with and fed up with frustartion
Still give a chance so that life can make you learn and give the wisdom to tackle yourself and stand up to situation

When our own turn around whom we love
We can't bare the pain and start addicting to something bad to overcome
Still give a chance so that life shows that each has a purpose to be fulfilled and makes u stronger enough

When own feelings can't be understood and left alone
We don't really care people around and wander for lonliness
Still give a chance so that life is all about good and bad phases and can be your own motivator at times to hold you back

When facing some unpredicted things in life
Don't know what to do and how to get out of it and gets depressed
Still give a chance so that life can give its happiness back to you to show that still life loves you mre than any because its ultimately u

So look at its life and love yourself and people with you

Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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