Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

On My Way


Everybody who has a wish is all the same
When our want and other's need collided
We must choose one over the other
To let go our own desire
Or to destroy other's hope to reach our dream
What 's your purpose?
What's your goal?
Do you want to live without making any clash with anybody else?
Do you want to walk with always turning down your head?
If someone better than you
Don't hesitant to use them
Taking advantage of people's ability near you
Is also the way to help us building dream
Thinking about someone's feeling is important
But do not forget about your own dream
You will never step forward
If you keep worrying other's opinion
The time that frozen is equal dead
It doesn't matter if it is a little bit rude
But the thing I do right now
Is not for my own selfishness
I will go to accomplish my dream
And I will bear whatever consequence
From my action

Submitted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 20, 2013

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