Triauna Hall

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Climb - Poem by Triauna Hall

You have to climb to reach the top. Got to keep going, don't ever stop
Don't looks down or you may fall. Don't let them stop you, break through them all
Always keep going, get as high as you can. Don't let go, drown in quicksand
Don't let a broken leg ever stop you. Once you reach the top, It'll be good as new
Don't stop to eat, you will never starve. Just keep going, even when it gets hard
Don't ever dropp down, and never give in. Challenge them and never let them win
If you do fall, get right back up. You always pull through, don't get stuck
When it's time to sleep, you strain your eyes. When you get hurt, don't start to cry
When you get tired, you shake it off. When you don't know, don't ever get lost
But you know where you at, don't forget it. But if you forget, just get with it
You will never get lost, if you follow the line. But you will never reach the top unless you climb

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  • (2/23/2012 7:23:00 PM)

    This Is A Motavation poem for those who feel down, its not a compitition...just saying..Thanks for reading thou :) (Report) Reply

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  • Hans Vr (2/23/2012 5:05:00 PM)

    The criticism to the merciless climb so masterfully written between the lines. The climb at all cost. Let a broken leg not stop you to climb. The greed, the top in sight, no matter what. Many thanks for sharing such a good poem.

    Anyhow on the bottom, there is something moving. While so many are engulfed in greed and blinded by a illusionary vision of the top, at the bottom, away from all ladders a kindness revolution is slowly evolving. A kindness revolution that will be all consuming, making all greed unnecessary and obviously ridiculous as it is.

    Let us all be part of the kindness revolutionat the bottom while so many are still climbing in a crazy rat race.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 11, 2012

Poem Edited: Sunday, February 19, 2012

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