To take all things as they are
and adjust my life to what must be.
Then in this world I’ll go far
beyond what any eyes can see.
To say not one dishonest word
and avoid all sham and deceit.
Then my mind’s eye won’t be blurred
and life will seem more upbeat.
To make the most of my lonely hours
and quit day dreaming about the past.
Then I’ll tap into my hidden powers
and live my life with joy at last.
To do what no one has done before
but know that I’m like the rest.
Then I’ll find a cause to fight for
and live my life with zeal and zest.
But I take all things as they are not
and try to sink my inner ship.
Thus my efforts come to nought –
what a splendid ego trip!
*Painting “Small Girl Presenting Cherries” by John Russell,
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You see a good bit of Will’s work here. He works hard to format his ideas in original poetic styles that rhyme and stick with a four line verse format. If you think it i.e. easy, try it. Look will up on heliosliterature.com as well.
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