Treasure Island

Fiefa Bruce

(18th may,1983 / Nigeria)

Life Is A Reflection


I think you should know
Life is a reflection of the past
It may be hard to believe
Might hurt a bid but,
The future awaits patiently
When the past hunt our hope
then, future is fate.

I think you should know
Image behind the mirror
Never lie
But, the reflection is
Not the conclusion.
A chameleon may reflect
Our heartbeats, longing,
And Desiring for reality.

I think you should know
Believing is strength
To see it come alive
Not just hoping but,
Developing confidence
Is the zeal to carry on.

Not knowing is a loss
The pains and weakness
An illusion.
Seeing the dreams
Having faith.
knowing it
Is a great future
Life is a reflection of the past

Submitted: Monday, June 15, 2009

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