Matthew Campbell

Rookie (Florence, Oregon)

Life In Context


Life is every where
It is in you now and forever it shall stay
Life is the wind blowing sideways
Life is the winter and the summer

I am Life You are Life We are Life
I love Life and Life loves me
Life and I play beneath the midnight sun
Life and I play beneath the morning moon

Life brings me soup when I am ill
Life kisses me good night and greets me with a smile
Life is sad and it is lonely
Life is evil and Life is blunt

Life is a true friend and never lies
I am Life You are Life We are Life

Submitted: Monday, May 16, 2011
Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011

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