Dallas Hammond


What is Life


Life is everywhere that you look,

Some people might say that life sucks,

While other people might say life is beautiful,

And is full of surprises, that are waiting to be discovered,

Life is whatever you think it may be,

Life is in you now and it shall forever always stay,

Life is the wind howling at you sideways,

Life is the winter, summer, spring, and fall,

Life is sad and life is lonely,

Life can be evil and Life is blunt,

Life is a true friend that never lies to you,

Life is all about you and how you treat it,

Life is what you make of it,

If you criticize life, then your criticizing yourself,

Its all up to you on whether you like it, or hate it,

I am life, you are life, we are life,

Life loves me and I love life back,

Life is you, so be careful on how you describe it,

Don’t base life off of what others say,

But base life off, of what you think it is,

Your words are stronger then others opinions,

So take those words and put them to use,

I am life, you are life, we are life!

Submitted: Thursday, March 10, 2011

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