Francie Lynch


Never Give Up - Poem by Francie Lynch

Like a goose flying tail,
Or alone waiting mail;
Like a fly on the strand,
Or initials in sand.
Never give up.

You're fouled on a fair play
With the crowd in your face;
You shoot from the blocks
To a false-started race.
Never give up.

You're stranded on the shoulder
With a tire gone flat;
Or walking a dark stretch
With a load on your back.
Never give up.

You're lying in a sitting room,
With a match and a spoon;
Staring at the bare wall,
And your skin starts to crawl.
Never give up.

You'll get your lead;
The strand may break;
The tide will turn;
You've lost the taste;
The spare's in your trunk;
Friends lighten your load.

Never give up.
There's light down the road.

Topic(s) of this poem: Strength


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 13, 2014


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