Treasure Island

Faith Cecelia Story


TIME


There comes a time when we are born
There comes a time when we learn to cry, smile, laugh, seat, crawl, stand on our two feet and walk
There comes a time when we must obey and disobey
There comes a time when we leave our parents
There comes a time when we define our place in universe
There comes a time when we Choose to stand alone or together
There comes a time when we fall in Love
There comes a time when we must do what our four fathers did
There comes a time when we Cheat
There comes a time when we go our separate ways
There comes a time when our souls depart
There comes a time when we remember our history
All in all, we are human beings and we make the most of the time we are given..

Submitted: Sunday, October 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013
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