Treasure Island

jaqualen roberts


War In you


Everywhere you go theres a war near you,
Ehough you can't see it,
It's happening inside you,
No one can stop it,
Only you can when you decides to take that step in life,
This is my war not yours,
My day my life is over,
Fighting everyday losing myself in it,
My war may never end,
But yours may,
It's a fight to the death,
You or them your life you war,
Here I am to say dont let your war control you,
If you do life as you know it,
May be over for you.

Submitted: Monday, October 29, 2012
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  • Asif Andalib (10/29/2012 10:31:00 PM)

    We wage war against our bad desires, wishes and instincts. If we win this war we become famous and favorite to God. Beautiful write (Report) Reply

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