maryam kazmi

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As you travel through life

As you travel through life there will
Always be times, when decisions
Just have to be made,
When choices are hard, solutions
Seem scarce,
And the rain seems to soak your parade

There are some situations where all you can
Do is simply let go and move on,
Gather your courage and choose a direction
That carries you toward a new dawn

So pack up your troubles and take a
Step forward- the process of change
Can be tough, but think about all
The excitement ahead
And look past the road that’s been rough

There might be adventures you never
Imagined just waiting around the next bend
And wishes and dreams just
About to come true
In way you can’t comprehend

Perhaps you’ll find friendships
That springs from new things
As you challenge your status quo
And learn there are many options
If you just learn to trust and let go

Perhaps you’ll find warmth and affection
And caring and somebody special who’s there for you

Submitted: Thursday, February 24, 2011

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