Life keeps going on

June 8, 2009
By RainbowDark BRONZE, Brockton, Massachusetts
RainbowDark BRONZE, Brockton, Massachusetts
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Life keeps going
Moving, slowing

Down the path of your life
Open your eyes to see how happy it is
Don’t go to the knife

Life is worth living, wait and see
Life is worth waiting to breathe

Don’t cut your life short because you are depressed
Don’t close your eyes to take a ‘rest’

Only you can change your world
And make up life by your own words

Brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers,
Don’t want to bury you with your grandmother.

Live life to the fullest
Cause it’s all that you’ll get
Make your life worth it
And don’t you forget.

The author's comments:
I think this a meaningful poem....I wrote it for my Poetry Slam....Tell me what you think please (I picked the image because it spoke to me [though it may sound weird] and shows me what life really means)

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