Anita Causevic


Footsteps - Poem by Anita Causevic

When I was little
I used to struggle
I knew what I was aiming for even now I'm aiming higher
Now I'm bigger I have balance
Everything is like a equation
Find the right thing
Solve your letter
And there you got your number
My footsteps measure my life
Everything is perfectly fine
I need to figure out
What footsteps i will lead to now
My life defines who I am today
Without a doubt I am better then who I were yesterday
My footsteps create my life
Now I wonder where I will lead my self
Will it be the right choice or not
I guess we learn from our mistakes
That's what makes us who we are today
Our footsteps are the aim
To success
And when you reach your goal that's when you will rest
You need to be independent
Don't rely on the rest
They won't be beside you when you challenge yourself
Bare in mind your path is the success to life
Don't follow someone else's dream
Remember
Just be you and follow your path
You won't have a path
Unless you work hard
Get your grades high
Then you will have a better opportunity in life
Just remember
Your footsteps
No matter how big or small
You will still manage to reach your goal

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My life

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 7, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, July 8, 2013


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