Vincent Wright

(West Palm Beach, Florida)

Distant Vision - Poem by Vincent Wright

In life long journey maintain a good balance,
and rise to the challenge by making good decisions,
A doughtful taught should follows your best intuitions,
To broaden the bridge of any convince,
Let your true meaning of life takes you in stride,
For you to be wise so others don't do your decide. Slowing with the crowd and knows not what the cause,
could pull you off course or let you not strive,
But when your security be sure you will never dispose,
A good intention and determination should pilot your destination. Thinking of all the good values what shared,
All the good blessing what the savior spared,
He giveth and don't care so stick to good aim,
Don't abandon nor detain what ever mission you steer,
A clean and sharp vision will shield you from despair.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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