Treasure Island

Dexsta Ray


On Track


The mind of a child is where the revolution begins
Constitute your own style
Drop the usual trends
Hard work does breed satisfaction
Better the bunch if bad seeds are extracted
Breaking down habits like pedagogues do to mathematics
Add all positive and take the bad and subtract it
We really don't have time to complain
Others don't care
What's on your mind anyway
So try and keep the faith
Cause' trouble doesn't last
Patience is key
The world process wasn't fast

Submitted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

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