Jen Eva


Life is complex in it's simplicity


The three main walks of life,
To be happy, live and survive.
They say 'chase your dreams' and then 'No, don't be dreaming.'
Trying to inject my life with their meanings.
It's impossible to truly live without confrontation, disputes and argumentation,
people try to help, destroy and add confusion.
There are choices to be made and it's hard to find our own,
In this big big world you're insignificant, leaves us feeling so alone,
when others give you a break life'll still throw us sticks and stones.
We all have to learn to defend ourselves and be strong but
it's easier said than done, sometimes we'll find to be in the wrong
side of the pavement.
And patience will lead us to a place of greatness but we have to wait,
as the roads aren't always in lines of straightness.
Don't fall for every bait, don't start hating fate,
Our lives are for us to dictate.
Through damnation, frustration, causation,
remember that we can always create our recreation

Submitted: Monday, December 02, 2013

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