Treasure Island

Deb harman


Life is beautiful


Life is a beautiful dance
Of hope and prays
To feeling free
Loving smile that's so contagious
Be so strong and courageous
In a life that's full of beauty
Of natures wrath
Beautiful, beautiful, dance
Let those feet loose and have fun
With willings of brave
Certainly crave
Happiness is in the eye of heart
Depths to your soul
To fill so much joy
Life is a beautiful, beautiful, dance
Cherished of hope
Of true inner self peace
A true vulture
In this natures wrath
a life's portrait
A tale of love
Survival of self legacy
Life is a beautiful, beautiful, dance
Filled with so much radiance
With the pure sun that shines rays
Over the blue amaze sky
In this natures wrath of
Treasured earth
Life is a beautiful, beautiful, dance
Full with lovely wishes
Dreams of secrets kept to your soul
In this beautiful life
That love to dance

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

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