Nivedita Chatterjee

Rookie (03/08/1983 / Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India)

LIFE & SUCCESS


Pacing, racing, chasing unknown limits
Flying, dashing on the verge of crashing

Runners high, my goal, makes me whole
I can fly, will cry, touch the sky, high, high

As I sigh, chest heaving, clouds leaving
My hair waves on the breeze, just a tease

My eyes sparkle, skin like marble with pink
As I rise from the ashes, thunderbolt flashes

A phoenix from the flames, aims for the sky
No limits for me, I'm free, see me, watch me

Running like the wind, refined like a hind
Nothing is impossible, dare to care, dare to share

Give your all, when you fall, you'll still stand tall.
No one can take or break your spirit. You are a winner,

My beginner. A first step is all you need to succeed, the will
to win will get you far my shining star, no matter who you are

Stand up, try again, get it right without fright, such delight
When you win, head will spin, don't give up, let's begin

Submitted: Thursday, June 18, 2009

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