Gbolagade Taiwo

Veteran Poet - 1,337 Points (Ibadan City)

It's Not Over Poem by Gbolagade Taiwo


Sometimes in life
You think everything is over
Sometimes you think the world is ending
Sometimes you feel you cannot move on again
You see many people walking away from you
They will reject you to face the situation alone
And that sometimes makes you think you are no more on the way
No! It's not yet over
The situation is not for long
Time will still change for you
Fortune will still smile at you
You are not yet a failure
And you will never be
you've got to learn
How to use failure to become famous
The fact still remains
Your world is not ready to end
You can still make it in life
You may fall,
But never fail to rise again
'cos that is the symbol of the greats
You will achieve your success
I say! You will achieve your success
Believe me my friend
I beg you, never give up
Your success is waiting for you
All you need is to remain strong as you've always been
I believe you can make it in life.

Submitted: Friday, February 20, 2015

Topic of this poem: inspirational


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