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 TRIALS  AND PAIN ( Rhyme )










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~Trials And Pain~
(Rhyme)



Some folks may choose death over life
In all the midst of their strife,
But I've always chosen heartedly,
Love and Life, because I believe guardedly,
That what really define us in the end,
Is the choices that we make my friend.
What we choose when we have to face any,
Adversity or what we may see as a tragedy.
Who we choose to be, and, or how we react to it.
Is what mold us and shapes us every bit.
How we respond to each trial and suffering
Is of the utmost importance to our living.
Let's not be dictated against our judgment or stir away.
From our goals by other peoples opinions, or events too, yea.

Master-minded by life or executed by the ravishes of time.
Both which may show us no compassion at all, under any clime.
Let's not be mislead or wrongly misguided every day.
To act in a rash manner when unfortunate deeds are at play.
For our emotions we must master, and not in any way or time be,
Controlled by them, for as we know emotions come and flee.
So many in our hearts we breed them and often from the world conceal.
They may come and go as freely as they please and we may feel.
Our thoughts breath them with life, and shape them in many forms each day.
There's always room for improvement as they are in the sky all the stars,
But you should learn, accept and like yourself, the person that you are.
Love life and embrace it, love yourself and others, every single day to,
Be kind but strong, remember, that in Gods perfect image you were created too,
Trials and Pain, can break us  or  make (help) us grow positivity all the way through.




Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
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January.20.2015

 

 






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