Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Life Trial

You may always try
But if the error of trial is more damaging
Try to make it succeeded

You may not take it serious
But if the neglecting seriousness causes more problem
Take it with responsibility

You may love anyone
But if the betrayal of love hurts many hearts
Love with devotion 

You may run away
But if the regret of running loses you something 
Run with purpose 

You may finish the way you like
But if improper finishing haunts you someday 
Finish it completely

You may forget
But if the forgotten memories leave you a void
Forget it with forgiveness

You may wish
But if the fulfilled wish disappoints you
Wish with sincere heart 

You may dream
But if beautiful dream only stays as dream
Dream with a little courage

You may be angry
But if the unleashing anger only put everybody away
Anger with good reason 

Submitted: Monday, November 05, 2012

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