Good In The Bad


Life is about the road,

rather than the end.

Your memories never grow old,

especially ones made with a friend.


You may have had people to pass away,

but they’re never gone for good.

Now you have a new family,

and you all live in the same neighborhood.


Each person must grasp the necessity of their death,

but you also must remember you’re still not gone.

As time goes by you may feel old and grey,

but you still have many friends to lean on.


Although the road may almost be over,

you learn to enjoy the time you’ve had.

You stop caring about the time that’s gone,

and begin to focus on finding the good even in the bad.


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