Francis Duggan

It Helps Quite A Bit - Poem by Francis Duggan

We help to create our successes or failures some say
And positive thinking can take us a long way
To achieve the success which we hope to achieve
It helps quite a bit if on self we believe
It helps quite a bit to believe that dreams can come true
For if you think that success to you is not due
Then you are asking for failure at least that's what the Universe hear
We create our own reality or so 'twould appear
It is easy to feel you are fighting the odds
That you must be a child of the poor lesser gods
Such thinking or talk to failure only does lead
For negative people are not known to succeed
So follow your dream never put yourself down
And one day you may be the toast of the town.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 15, 2008

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