All Might (A Sonnet) - Poem by Joshwin Artedes
I will not grief with all my misfortunes
Even it had given me thousand ache's
For answer will come that will end it soon
It is just a chain that a sword can break.
I may have failed to all my duty task
And many suffered including my blood
Thus, I'll stand like a knight and wear my mask
To fight with might in any given odd.
Gates of success maybe hard and narrow
And each step closer could make me crumble
Yet i'll pass through it with burning arrows (Faith)
And all the walls will fell, cease and stumble
' For He had told me to never falter
He is with me, my Almighty Father.
\\This is my first sonnet I made...
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