Jeline Loh

Rookie (6 September 1986)

Life As I Discover Is Too Fragile


Life as I discover is too fragile
People come and go easily
What's the meaning of living if you dont really lived
One minute u were with that someone
and the next second they are gone
Life is too meaningless
I'm sitting here infront of my computer screen
Feeling the emptiness of this world
What is there in life I wonder?
There is no meaning to it
I wonder why is life like a circle of repetition
Babies came into the world being fed and taken care of
After awhile they are teenagers and goes to school, college and university
Started working after a matter of time to earn a living in this unstable world
Found a partner get married deliver a baby and
Life goes on and on without meaning
As people ages they are buried in the graveyard and where do they go?
It's only either heaven if they accept Christ or hell if they don't
This goes on and on till the next generation
As I watch everyone and the same usual of unusual that has yet to take place
I really wonder why are we all doing the same thing in life
I sense there is more to life than just living in it
But I really need to satisfy my longing for nothing soul
I wonder how can people get satisfy and contented easily
It's not easy for me though I need to find the true meaning of it
Either the meaning of existence or
Merely the existence of the surrounding
I can only be satisfied then
And for now the searching will remain constant
Constant enough to feel the meaning of it!

Submitted: Thursday, January 12, 2012
Edited: Friday, January 13, 2012

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