Angela Pierce


Stay the Course Poem by Angela Pierce


Staying the Course is more that running the race to the finish line it is the hope that stays
consisted with you it helps you endure hard trials along the way but in the end you we reap a harvest
If you faint not.Staying the course when your friends forsake you, staying the course when
everything seems to be falling apart staying the course is more of a chartar It isn't bought, its not made up just stay the course through goodness and throught hard times, Not only is it visible but
when times are going well with you its finding hope when there is none it is bring the unseen into the
it brings people together it is holding on to the fullest extent
of human capabities
It often is called riding it out which in turn meaning weathering the storm
It blackets believe and it holds on to enterity.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 08, 2011

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