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gone but never forgotten



gone but never forgotten
By ggink on 01/17/2011
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Live your life like everyday is your last

Try not to regret or you''ll just be living

In your past.

Were all put here to leave a mark on this

Earth, some of us turn out to be criminals

A few triple in worth,

The dirt.......

We''ll for sure be a resting place of yours

Mines

we all got to go

sometime....... its owed To that man upstairs for

Giving us life, or should I say woman?........

I''ll just refer to it as light.

The light.......... That shines so bright up in the sky

Gave me this opportunity,

A vision

Opened my eyes, blessed me with this creativity

To embed in your minds, so when I''m dead and

gone my ink will be the thing who reminds........


You!

of everything that passes through my mind,

I lay it down on this paper, express it in a Form

Of rhymes, it makes it easy to me........

Writing down on these lines,

My life

My story

The reason for my design.

This is what it is and soon will be what it was

Tomorrow isn''t promised

So don''t treat it like it was


Live for today, act like every second is your

Last I know when I''m gone I''ve have this ink

To tell my past.

© By ggink On 1/17/2011 3:55:22 PM
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