Treasure Island

Nicklas Leow Yue Yang

(17/1/1997)

Pureness


There's not a single person in the world,
Who has eyes as gentle as an animal.

There's not a single person in the world,
Who has tolerance as great as nature.

Dirty little humans,
Innocent little animals,
And the great magnificent nature.

The chaos in the world,
Will only lead more people to grew selfish,
And eventually fall into the depth of hell.

The only reason why we are still alive,
Is because of these tiny, little trace of pureness in our soul.

Submitted: Thursday, June 28, 2012
Edited: Friday, June 29, 2012

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Just looking at the clouds and started daydreaming which give me the inspiration to write this down.

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  • Mandy S (6/30/2012 10:50:00 AM)

    It does make you sad doesn't it, the destruction humans cause. love your last two lines. Keep writing. It helps when days are tough. cheers my fellow singaporean(: (Report) Reply

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