Thistle Wargul


Believe* - Poem by Thistle Wargul

When you lived and lost
Life still carries on.
Believe in yourself!
When you finally lose
Your path in life,
Believe in yourself!

Look into the water
As it sparkles in the night.
Look at your reflection
Glowing dim in the light.
As long as you believe
They’ll never beat you again.
The spark of hope
Consuming fear in fire!

The chilling winter air
Freezes life everywhere,
Life that always wins the fight!
The dryness on the breeze
That whispers through the trees,
Holds the strength to kill and bring life!

The world in which we live
Is unbelievably dangerous,
So many out to harm,
So many out to fight.
The evil that is done
Is not all that is wrong,
It’s those who stand there let it happen.

Look into the water
As it sparkles in the night.
Look at your reflection
Glowing dim in the light.
As long as you believe
They’ll never beat you again.
The spark of hope
Consuming fear in fire!

Look into the water,
Look into the future,
Look into the past,
Look who finished last!

The most joy in this world
Is nurtured by the poorest,
And it’s us who outnumber
The ice with the fire!

Look into the water,
Look into the future,
Look into the past,
Look who finished last!

Look into the water
As it sparkles in the night.
Look at your reflection
Glowing dim in the light.
As long as you believe
They’ll never beat you again.
The spark of hope
Consuming fear in fire!

When you lived and lost
Life still carries on.
Believe in yourself!
When you finally lose
Your path in life,
Believe in yourself!


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 17, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, February 15, 2010


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