ROCHISH MON

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A Golden Age Is Ahead


Say welcome to success
At all times aim at progress-

Never throw the cards, win a day
For great living enthusiasm paves the way-

Frustration is fever, leads you to the fag end
Courage is required to began the world-

Try not to be below the mark
Do not ever carry a thought black-

You should get the better of odd situations
Bring home the beacon, do not lose balance-

Endeavour is bird at hand
A golden age is ahead-

Growth might be bit by bit
Tomorrow your goal will be hit-

Always be in your element
Live as a person eminent.

Submitted: Monday, August 19, 2013
Edited: Saturday, August 31, 2013
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