Murphy's Virtue - Poem by Adrian Cordova
Everything that can can go wrong, will go wrong.
So what comes next?
Or is it something big?
What'd you think?
You think the laws finished?
Well your right.
But I say Murphys Law, wasn't & isn't really a law.
I think it's a virtue.
And an unfinished one at that.
Everything that can go wrong,
Will go wrong.
So what's next?
So make every thing perfect.
No, that's not inspirational.
So live with fear of failure.
No that's to much of a warning.
I've searched a long time.
And in all the time, never have I found an omniessent answer, never
one that every one will agree with.
Then I found something, a virtue is something that YOU believe.
So my opinion is…
So fight, fight to win against the wrong, and no matter what, alway
pick yourself up after failure.
Corny, isn't it?
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