Treasure Island

J.Lakie Kollie,Jr.


Focus


What is focus?
A point of concentration?
Keeping your eye on the goal?
Avoiding all distractions?
Or keeping the goal in view?

What will focus do for me?
Will it make
Win the game?

What will focus do for me?
will it give me
all the fame?
Or just make me
feel the same

If focus wil the goal, frame
Then I will all the same
Keep my focus
when I face life's game

For if I try to focus keep
It will lead me like a sheep
To in the end the goal complete.

Avoiding all distractions
I will keep my concentration
On the final destination
For focus is my inspiration
Focus is the peddle
that gives me acceleration
No matter the distraction
Or how far the destination.
No matter your defination
Keep your focus
Till you reach your goal!

Submitted: Tuesday, April 07, 2009

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