Bernard F. Asuncion
If There's A Will There's A Way - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
If there's a will to do something,
Even if it's a herculean task;
You'll try each and every option,
If failed, you cannot help but ask.
You'll ask yourself or somebody
How to address any problem;
You'll never cease to find ways,
And will earnestly apply them.
If you are sincerely serious,
Neither lighthearted nor playful;
If you are a no-nonsense man,
Then you'll want to reach your goal.
But if you have no will-power,
Neither if you're true nor honest;
Though if it's an easy call,
Alibis won't be truly missed.
Truly so, for if you're not interested,
If you're only after self-convenience;
If you're scared to exert effort,
Then there's no way for a clear conscience.
To fulfill God-given task,
You'll need sacrifices to obey;
No matter what woes are,
If there's a will there's a way.
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