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Your Life

People everywhere
Look up but never stare
Be alive and be aware

Never break a tile
Never lose your files
Your whole life could end up in a pile

Life's works and masterpieces
Is what moves us to the beyond

We never stay still in the moment
Were always changing and rearranging
Thats what sets us apart from everything

In life movement is improvement
We live to approve and need to forget
The past to be a better you
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Submitted by lisaannhill on January 21, 2013

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Lisa Ann Hill

I love to write poetry for fun all I need is a topic and imagine myself there and about 5 mins and a paper and pen if I don’t have nothing by then I trash it and start again more…

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