Siddic Nagdee

(05/05/62 / Pretoria South Africa)


When all seem fruitless, a desolate gloom
And you wrecked with bleak despair
When everything seems an unattainable take
and life feels like an impending doom

Of possibly hunt for a chance of hope
Don't loose it all as some ray exists
Theres no excuse so look for it
Take a step and get back to cope

The path of life may be a bumpy ride
with many a hurdles relentlessly to cross
of note the highest peak is conquered
So dont despair but stay on the right side.

This is your life so make a fresh new start
Let not thoughts influence your think
Just go on and discount your brain
Steady yourself and follow your heart

An opportunity to build a day at a time
Of fears and frustrations may linger on
Live to see a better tomorrow
start today to render that steady climb.

Submitted: Sunday, November 22, 2009

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