LaSoaphia QuXazs

Freshman - 797 Points (1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)

Everything Works For Good. - Poem by LaSoaphia QuXazs

If someone tells you, that wait ten years
You'll be same sick as they are,
Tell them clearly, do not pull me down to your level
You are going too far.
You might choose the path of many
Falling for malediction,
Without having an idea of Life,
Do you know what you see in others
It is in you and it is your own strife.
Criticizing others and hating yourself & who bothers you,
Is the time to look at yourself if you are false or true
You can follow what many do,
Hate your body, hair, skin, brain, hands or feet,
Certainly your body will hit back
With sickness, trouble, poverty,
Will be bitter instead of sweet.
If someone is bad to you,
It is not his/her fault,
You are the one who attracted the assault.
Look into yourself
And you'll find it in your subconscious,
Fear, envy, jealousy, hate could bring that up,
Watch it, you are contentious.
Just call everything good;
Eventually you'll see the light,
So is the lesson and find the true sight.
However, if you bless and love yourself,
You'll see the truth, you'll never became unfit,
You'll know, your body is the temple of God,
You; ll take the best care of it.
Then you'll watch what you think,
Will know what to eat,
How to become healthy and strong,
You'll love others too
And your life will be health, wholeness,
And forever you'll sing a happy song.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 5, 2011

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