Bernard F. Asuncion
The Last Sad Loss And Fall - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
Being first in the race is so hard,
The frazzle may make you stumble;
If you're left alone at the tail end,
LAST means Learn About Standing Tall.
If you cry in distress and sorrow,
Lonely, torn, and due for repair;
Dry the tears in your eyes, for
SAD denotes Smile Away Despair.
When triumph seems so elusive,
Beat the defeat to be fearless;
Little did you know that
The LOSS means Lean On Sweet Success.
When highs turn into lows,
Grounded down under the cruel strife;
You'll find in your heart that
FALL stands for Fly Aiming Long Life.
Life is not always a walk in the park,
Before you rise reaching the goal,
Seek God's help first for you to
Endure the last sad loss and fall.
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