You’ve been through life without a scar But life has many hardships Which you must take from day to day Do you realize what you’ve got there? Through all these hardships Are you happy? Than you ever did before Do you care? And you The greatest thing that you may learn There are problems you can’t see. You may gain much concern To love all things so much more We all know where we’re going You gain a lot of knowledge You’re living life so easily I have no way of knowing Life is very good When you look back at all that you’ve been through There is truly much to learn To you, they just can’t be. For what happens in the end As anyone may say Is to appreciate the good You may find you’ve done somethings you never thought you could do But what I know is when it comes Hey you, riding in the car
A note on process:
Scrambled thoughts of a dying boy, uses two poems written by my brother Charlie not long before his death at the age of 15. Read Charlie’s original poems.