Let Yourself Live... - Poem by Chaitanya Dorwat
Open up these succumbing doors,
let the light fill up your room,
make the world see you smile,
let the drifting winds tickle you,
Live as if the youngest you,
everyday: thus let be new,
walk that: though an extra mile,
but never forget to enjoy the view.
Whisk away the dismay;
let it be alone: without you,
let it be free; than being foul vile,
laugh away your pride, your only due.
But don't let yourself loose,
your worth nor the real you,
as you are here: in this world, awhile;
Let the world know: make it smile and i'll have a clue! !
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