Sam Arjomandi

Life Is Too Short To Be Called Little - Poem by Sam Arjomandi

Life is too short to be called little
Don’t take life too serious, because it is fragile

Don’t live in tomorrow or don’t worry what happened yesterday
If you don’t listen to me you are going to miss present day

It is a fact, eighty percent of what we worry about, it will never happen
Unless you looking small problems with a big lenses

A priest asked thousand of peoples who were dying, what is their last wish
All said they want a little more time to do what they missed to do, don’t wait too long for your own wish

Sam Arjomandi

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 24, 2008

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