John Hazon Palen
Wonderful Outlook - Poem by John Hazon Palen
(A not-so-close friend of mine has convinced me to recount his confessed outraging experience from the past. My friend says that it is for giving inspiration to other people. I hope I'd achieved to have its utmost meaning. Enjoy reading. God bless! AJA!)
I've gone too far to go back,
To relive dark past.
Never now will I be lost.
Resistance I'd packed.
This road I'm on ain't straight once;
Temptations then reigned.
But it's up to me I've found,
Let's halt lust to rain.
Change comes when you want it to,
And stays if you do.
My poem's true, one can't argue.
Good outlook I drew.
There's no mountain you can't climb,
It's us who control our lives;
That's the way it is.
This time God's my all in all.
I know I won't fall.
Around, I humbly strut tall.
Gladness makes my soul.
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