Treasure Island

Joc Hum


The SEARCH


A forgotten love
A wrathful world
A hope to become

My mind can't comprehend
Of how to start searching...
But for what?

There's more to living
Than believing in only what you set eyes on
Including hopes, dreams, and outside worlds

Why not live to the fullest
When it's your only chance?
And take your best shot
When you have just one target?

What do you live for
If there's no proof
Of the most wonderful thing to ever exist?

No matter what you look like, or sound like, even the way you are
Always remember God is on your side
And faith is in your hands

By then,
You'll know exactly what you're looking for.
LOVE.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 04, 2009
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