Winston Edgar Hall


Make Your Day - Poem by Winston Edgar Hall

You cant understand
Whats really inside;
Your mind is too hardened,
Your hearts full of pride.
Yeah, you speak honest tounge
But soon you will realize:
Your spring is not sprung.
What did you say?
You think you will fall?
You land with two feet,
But do not stand tall?
Here's some advice:
Put your name on the roster!
Learn how to walk with
Some up and down posture!
One foot goes first,
With the other behind...
First take baby steps
And eventually you'll find:
Life is too easy!
You should stroll and relax.
Its not always fun
To run at your max.
Draw the conclusion that
To gain people's trust...
Having true confidence
Is always a must!

Topic(s) of this poem: happiness

Form: Verse


Comments about Make Your Day by Winston Edgar Hall

  • Souren Mondal (11/12/2015 6:35:00 PM)


    Once again.. In simple terms you capture something essential.. Honesty is the best policy when it comes to inter-personal relationships.. Be it romantic love, friendship or camaradrie, we should always be honest to others and ourselves... Thank you for sharing this poem...

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    P: S: The final few lines -

    'Draw the conclusion that
    To gain people's trust...
    Having true confidence
    Is always a must! '

    - are really good... A nice and well written verse.. Thanks :)
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 12, 2015



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