Ambrosia Ambrosia

Born To Be Cheerful, What May Come! - Poem by Ambrosia Ambrosia

I am always cheerful; people say that.
I don't have any problems; they think like that.
I have everything; they assume like that.
O' my Lord,
Only we two know the ultimate truth!
Yes, me; your special creature-phoenix.
Born to be alive and cheerful, what may come!
O' my Lord, all your tests well taken.
You throw me among bed of thorns,
I will bloom as a cheerful red rose, with sweet fragrance.
You throw me in a desert,
I will bud as a beautiful cactus, amongst watery soft leaves.
You throw me in swamp,
I will blossom as a pink swamp rose, with tender petals.
You throw me in a dirty pond,
I will emerge as an enchanting lotus, without a single stain of dirt!
You throw me among hard rocky tiles,
I will peep through shyly; as a soft, evergreen grass!
Yes, my Almighty, willing to take all your test,
Only if you bestow me with all life skills and
Never diminishing faith in you! !
Oh yes, me; your own creature-phoenix, with never say die - tag! !
Born to be alive and cheerful, what may come!

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Oh my Lord, stand between me and trouble shooters (at home and office) to save me as an armour!

Comments about Born To Be Cheerful, What May Come! by Ambrosia Ambrosia

  • (2/11/2013 11:07:00 AM)

    Oh ! What a beautiful poem in content and rendition! IF ONLY EVERY BODY FOLLOWS YOUR GREAT PHILOSOPHY life will certainly be CHEERFUL! (Report) Reply

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  • (2/8/2013 4:42:00 AM)

    A wonderful poetic poetry...full of wisdom and optism! I enjoyed reading tose lines...a big 10. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 7, 2013

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