Laura arwen


The Life


The life is
a personal game
The life is
something to a
dream
In the life
there mustn't be
the faults, the
war and the
confusion
I want to
have a solitude life
My life could
make of my
dreams and my
ideals
In the life
there are many
changes
For me the
life is a
continual craziness
In the life
there are many
projects
For somebody the
life is the
drug but for
other it is
the sex and
the violence
The life is
important: respect it!
The life is
a precious thing:
don't destroy it
The life is
something of romantic,
beautiful and wild
My life is
calm and a
continual revolution
Only God Knows
the destiny
of our life
For somebody the
life is the
same
My life doesn't
want the opinions
The life is
characterized from the
passion and the
research
The life could
have a voice
to sing

Submitted: Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, June 05, 2012

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