Treasure Island

Antonio Dias

(Hamilton, Ontario)

My Place


People will grow
And people will die
Some people go through life
Without a try.
Some people are greedy
Some people are mean
Some are too focused
On how they are seen.
People are jealous
While others are vain
Most people cause others
Emotional pain.
People don't listen
And people can't see
The don't realize that
Some things need to be free.
People will leave
And people will cry
People will stray
And everyone will lie.
People will whine
And people will chase
People will fear, but I,
I will not change my place.

Submitted: Thursday, July 26, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 27, 2012

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