Bernard F. Asuncion
The Fortunate One - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
K-in and friends alike
R-emember your birthday;
I-nspiring words of well-wishers
S-end greetings in a joyful way.
T-wenty-third morn January
I-s beginning to break;
A-nother dawn is offering
N-ew opportunities to take.
K-ind chances for better life
A-re waiting there immortally;
R-are chance though for eternal glory
L-ives to knock once only.
Y-earn to keep the faith,
A-s you cross the rough ocean;
N-ever wane nor weaken,
T-o become the fortunate
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