Treasure Island

Alvin Jenner


Trendy Envy


We say
People think of
other in some bad way
what is it?

People keep thinking
Thinking but not saying
about others developing
But whats 'bout the Thinking?

What do People
Think of the upgrade?
Think of them being steeples?
Why do Human Qualities Fade?

People we say
to the People
who has envy in
corners of their body

But, If we Change
Change the way of
Seeing things &
Thinking about them

We Could do
Try to Upgrade our self,
Helping others to Upgrade.
This make us human indeed.

This Create us a beautiful,
Strong Society.
With very Peaceful,
Economical Strong Environment.

What is More to be,
Done...
What is left to be,
Done...

My Friend, Give up the
Trend of envy.
For You and for me
and for a Better world.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

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