Rohan Nath

Rookie - 160 Points (02.08.1998 / Siliguri)

Cliffhanger - Poem by Rohan Nath

Stay holding on to the moutain cliff!
Beacuse deep down below all you can find is grief.
You have come too far above touching the sky.
Imagine about all you have tolerated to come this high.
You may cry and you possibly will suffer.
But retreat is not your word, for you are a cliffhanger.

An accomplishment never comes too easy.
It's a long twisted road full of obstacles and too messy.
Let your hands sore; Let your legs be numb!
But do not be all gloomy then succumb.
Believe yourself and you can accomplish wonders.
Prove yourself mighty, for you are a cliffhanger.

You will initiate your journey as an unknown.
People will mock at you and you will be thrown.
Don't listen to any of them and continue your journey,
For there will be a time when you will have glee.
Life will show you the best and worst it can offer.
Pull yourself up and reach for the peak, for you are a cliffhanger.


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  • Hazel DurhamHazel Durham (1/1/2014 5:05:00 AM)

    Very well written with great passion for life, belief in oneself is everything! (Report)Reply

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  • Payal Parande (12/30/2013 1:52:00 PM)

    very good, i must say you are blossoming
    good work
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  • Mike BarrettMike Barrett (12/29/2013 2:19:00 PM)

    Nathan, now you're writing poetry! Good for you! . Still room for polish....for example you've written, Believe yourself and you can accomplish wonder, what if you had written, Believe in yourself and you can accomplish wonders.? There may be a few other sentences to polish, but man, you're realizing your potential. Great job! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 29, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, December 30, 2013


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