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All that lies before your soul
 
Slowly child form your own balanced opinion
Be true unique, right in your own, conviction.

Judge not the worldly or mentally-smart
Or that poor old lame horse before the cart.

Equal opportunities seldom are seen,
Often are zealously guarded, by the mean.

Be fierce in principle but able to bend,
And with your core beliefs, your own heart befriend.

Live not by cruel opaque regrets alone
All that lies before your soul a steppingstone.



5 in 10 with Cherry Challenge

EQUAL, FIERCE, JUDGE, OPINION, SLOWLY

By Mark Heathcote

© 2018 Mark Heathcote (All rights reserved)

 

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This Poem is part of a Challenge: - 5 in 10 with Cherry (challenge has been closed)


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