John Udeaba


THINK RIGHT


The mind tends to fail when called to the trail of right
It appears to be inactive and dormant
Like a pond without a channel of flow
Fermentation covers the body; indecision is born.

Like an electric shock and proactive it becomes on the path of unright
Emanating different sorts of thoughts: hurting the inner being
Obstinately, impatiently and persistently it flows on the course of actualization-Objectives.
The inner being is forlorn.

Put to right, the body rejoices and glitters on the lime light; which is completely concealed when put unright
The inner being attains and maintains a proper position
Favour abounds.

Although, difficult it appears
Striving in persistence, rightfully, we shall
Accommodation to nature, grant shall we
Improved and Developed the CROWN shall be.

Therefore, friends let us think in the right manner, for the one that thinks in the right manner improves, but those that think unrightfully remain on the path of 'BAD'. While those that do not think at all remain 'DOOMED' and 'DORMANT'.

My very good friends, Think Positively and Implement Rightfully to IMPROVE.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Topic of this poem: thinking


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