Sanity and Legacy, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

Do not let death win.
Even baby worry about the age.
The obsession and dependent of crys,
Who knows those baby eager to find out,
what age will they be for independent day. 
The sanity can make them grow,
but a legacy told can be love instead hurt.
For i would tell my kin,
What I have been given in the age of eternity.
Likewise Jesus is in the 30s,
God should be in the 40s.
For my family will not let death win.
And the Sanity can be taken over by legacy.
Posted: 2013-10-26 05:49:19 UTC

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