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Grace Pantaleo


It Is Never Too Late


Wake up and go; go on,
don't think of the wrong you did,
realize yourself and hold on,
think of this moment and the future ahead.

It is not too late, wake up and leave,
stand alone, if you have nobody to lean on,
you can make it have strength and believe,
fight for the gold medal; fight to win.

Live in the present, not the past,
believe in the future and fight for it,
future can return what you had lost,
future brings twice of what you want.

Spirits of hardworking and determination,
together with prayers and strong desire,
hold them tight for your vission,
to accomplish the mission you admire.

Have inspiration within oneself,
this will act like an inclined plane,
when you fall shake off the dust and laugh,
if you can't then smile, ready to learn.

That is how great people came into winning,
giving up is for failures,
success come to those who fight, and
not to those who wait.

Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2011
Edited: Saturday, December 17, 2011

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