Dorian Petersen Potter

You Decide (Monchielle)

You decide what's to be
Good or bad you're to choose
You serve God or devil
There's no way in between
You'll be fine or ill.

You decide what's to be
Two masters you can't serve
Hope you opt for what's right
Do what you think is wise
Let light shine your life bright.

You decide what's to be
Hope that you act very smart
Don't learn all the hard way
Life hard don't complicate
Be positive each day.

You decide what's to be
You have some choices to make
No one can choose for you
Results come from actions
Think before wrongs you do.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 27, 2009
Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 7, 2012

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