the loop of life

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
this is how i think people should look at life and stop taking it as a game......god gave us his life so he deserves for us to take ours seriously.

Submitted: November 09, 2019

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Submitted: November 08, 2019




First you’re a baby 

Unable to eat 

without someone assisting you 

To help you drink 


You’re a tiny baby 

You have to get changed 

You can not have things 

The way you want them arranged 


Your bones are weak

You’re bones are small 

You can’t stand up 

Not at all


Now you’re a kid 

Life is good 

You see everything as it is 

Well you should 


You have a good childhood 

All you do is play 

And you scream and pout 

When things don’t go your way.



You’re a an amazing kid

You’re learning new words

You’re learning about places 

all over the world 


Now you’re a teen 

And you have a crush 

He makes you smile

He makes you blush


You’re in high school 

The work is hard 

But you’re not going out without a challenge 

You’re in charge


 As a teen you notice things 

But you don’t want to say 

Everything gets on your nerves

But it’ll be a better day 


Now you’re an adult 

Fresh out of college 

You’re going to get that job 

The job you always wanted 

Being an adult isn’t easy 

There’s so many responsibilities 

There’s so many rights 

And then there’s some good abilities 


I’m able to do what I please 

Im able to work 

Im able to get paid 

Ahh so many perks 


Now im old 

Unable to eat

Without someone assisting me

To help me drink


I'm an older person

I have to get changed

I can have things 

The way I want them arranged


My bones are weak

My bones

I can barely stand up

Because I may fall


It’s the circle of life.





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