Robin Parker

Rookie (October 5th,1990)

Think


When you feel like nothings right
When you want to break out and cry
When you seemingly tear up for nothing
When you almost want to die

Do you ever stop to think
How you change someones world
How someone thinks of you every night
Someone loves you for what you are

The tears you cry
The air you breathe
The beauty within
Your every moment

Life awaits you young one
Don't stop to make sure your doing it all
Don't miss your greatest moments
Gorw with ones you love

Do you ever stop to think
How you can make it
How much some people care
What everyone sees that you don't

The hard times and the good
Through thick and thin
Life and death
Love and pain....maybe its not all

Making someone elses life better
Not focusing on your own
No time for the one that matters
You

Do you ever stop to take the time
To make YOU happy
To make oneself think
Is to make oneself alive, and human

Always stop to think
What you're choosing to do
Always know how
Always keep true

Submitted: Wednesday, January 02, 2008
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