Sunny Mittal

Hold on to your reins

Hold on to your reins,
don't run too fast,
life is a one big walk,
for long you have to last,
hold on to your reins...

Carefully you use yourself,
beyond the limits don't exhaust,
anything burning too quickly,
is nothing but recipe for the blast,
hold on to your reins...

Have high hopes from yourself,
have high dreams for yourself,
but don't kill yourself,
just to make it till the last,
hold on to your reins...

no man, no money can return to you,
peace and health conferred upon you,
take time to preserve them too,
keep hold of them tight and fast,
hold on to your reins...

Now i don't mean get scared and be lazy,
all i mean is be sincere and don't be crazy,
it's okay to take rest in any any quest,
and remember best does not always means fast,
hold on to your reins...

Submitted: Saturday, February 09, 2013

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