Run, Sigh, And Learn - Poem by Lamerre Lucie
Running away from the rain, behind;
Chasing the drops in the clouds, up high;
Refusing to look at shadows, too dark;
Being stopped by a car crash, and then sigh.
The fight has not been won.
And still the rain comes, the clouds go;
Those goals of yours, ephemeral;
You can never flee and not be found,
You can never avoid what ensures your growth.
Whatever you resist keeps following you.
(In reference to the movie 'Whiplash')
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