What does a life want?


What does a life want?
A loving care and a glorious death.

Mountain of courage to withstand whirlwinds of doubt,
Torrid rains of belief to wash away its smoky pitiful clout.
Fire of passion when darkness of disappointment falls,
Determined to move ahead, may our hopes never stall.
Amongst all the deceitful treacherous clouds, a single defiant star to guide our way..
What does a life want?
A loving care and a glorious death.

Dews of hope, those would rejuvenate flowers of dreams.
Morning sunlight of new beginnings, to defy shadows of mourning and grief.
Journey to Neverland shall be embarked, with an indestructible faith.
What does a life want?
A loving care and a glorious death.

A strong ship of confidence, when the daunting tornado surrounds.
A silent assurance of belief, when nobody’s around.
In the cave of that loneliness, may we find the treasures of moral strength.
What does a life want?
A loving care and a glorious death.

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