Imagine yourself at the end of your life. What sort of legacy will you leave? Describe the lasting effect you want to have on the world, after you’re gone.
Photographers, artists, poets: show us LEGACY.
Instead of falling in love, let me rise
Instead of craving riches, let me share mine,
If I lose my way and stray, take me back to whence I started,
For to trace back one’s way, is not time lost, as long as it is a lesson learned in time.
If I fall far and deep, then let me have the courage to believe,
Climbing back up may be hard, but it’s a journey worthwhile,
Every fall that hurts, hurts more only because you survive,
May I never leave sight of those and that which is dear,
May I have the fortitude for truth and reality to endure,
And when a countless stars are breaking in the summer skies,
Let me bask in their divine glory, coy and demure.
Above all I pray to be carefree and happy;
To give more than I receive, to love more than be loved,
So when my time is up, let upon my tombstone be writ,
Here lies the girl who once truly lived.