Your Dreams - Poem by Gregory Huyette
When daily problems appear by the reams,
Face them head on and remember your dreams.
Nothing is as enduring or as bad as it seems
When family and friends engender sunbeams.
You alone decide life's grimaces or gleams…
It's your choice, not what someone else deems.
Short cuts won't work, nor will extremes.
Success isn't easy, so hold fast to your dreams.
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