Where There's a Will
What truly lies in my heart,
I will tell you as I speak..
I am a woman of secrets,
A secret is what I seek..
I have a heart of gold,
it can never break so..
I can be a loyal friend,
or a very fiendish foe..
I plunged into deep seas,
to cast away my fears..
I raced along with time,
to parch away my tears..
I hurled myself to dangers,
building courage all time..
My skillful work is done,
aligning with clock's chime..
I was perhaps not born great,
But I am sure to be one..
For when you have a true will,
you win the race you run..
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