IBRAHIM SUMAYYA

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Free yourself Poem by IBRAHIM SUMAYYA


Yesterday is history
Where it is today?
What is there that mattered?
Dwelling on the past experiences
Life twists and turns in darkness
Shutting all the lights out
Imprisons the thoughts with fear
Life is more likely now
Than it was before
Free yourself from the prison of your mind
Tomorrow and future follows
Burdening with worries of the future
Anxiety and dread shuts you down
But what is there to do¬?
What difference will it possibly make?
What if tomorrow never comes?
What if tomorrow starts without you
The future is unknown
Time is now or never
There is nothing like the present
There is no other life than the present
Find happiness and value in each moment
Free yourself from the obstacles that threatens the present
Time is right this second
No space for any negativity to occupy your mind
No uncertainties about your present abilities
Negativity and low self-esteem
Destroys every part of the brain
The present teaches how to ride tough
from the bottom to top
The present is a present

Submitted: Monday, November 25, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
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