I Am Rebel

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New Life

there is the joy of birth
And the pain of death
the fear of adulthood
and the loathe of childhood

birth is a chance to start again
it is new life and freedom
but with it comes responsibility
your duty to the vulnerable

Death is the end, nothing more
a cold black hole, or a fiery furnace
either way, thats it. your life
and your loved ones must move on

Adulthood is responsibility for yourself
learning the laws of the land
taking care of yourself and
Being independant

childhood is a restin place
you learn how to learn and to love
the friends you make will stay with you forever
while your inhibitions can be solved

all these times in your life signal a new beginning, a new start, new life.
Remember those you have lost, and those yet to come think of them often and know that they will always care for you as you care for them. be inspired by their day-to-day life and celebrate New Life

Submitted: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
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