Dexsta Ray

Super Duper Zealous

Success is not a mark you can reach
But what happens on the journey when you start chasing dreams
And really, often times...
We only look at what we have to do
We forget about the limits that we've snapped in two
We don't ever get to think because we have to move
And we downplay our own strength
And... really, that is rude
It's a lie for me to say I ain't made it
What I mean is I can finally see a way through the tainted
And dedicated...
I know I wasn't perfect
Believe me
But I tried to live and learn to be a servant of Jesus
And I'd hate to spend a lifetime working for people
A vehement spirit within
Burning glow...
Intensely hot
Clear in a sense
Oh I'm zealous!
Man, success can happen more than one time
It's not limit to the point where you
Immortally shine
I've succeeded lots of times
Overcoming small adversities
Could be something next to going to universities
Or trying to get a message in but out of service reach
Anything can happen if you try
It occurs to me...
So a couple of our dreams are among us
But there's plenty more we probably have to reach and accomplish
Let's be thankful for the moment
And no one is the same
Especially, if we are flying different planes
Of course we ain't the same
Zealousness for God and some for your dreams
How I pray He comes and calm your angry seas

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: poetry


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