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 Hope Of Success 

Date of Publish - Tuesday, 26th December 2017
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HOPE OF SUCCESS

Whenever things have fallen apart,
Whenever you have a broken heart;
Ah! Remember what people say-
There is always another way.

You feel bad when you are hit.
You feel sad when you have to sit.
Never feel ashamed of yourself
‘Cause you still have a lot left.

There is something in that grouse sweat.
There is something when your clothes are wet.
Give your body heart and soul,
Live for yourself and not for a role.

When there is nothing left in this world.
When there is nothing appealing in a word.
Go back down that memory lane
And begin from a scratch all over again.

 

Author :
Rohan Joshi IMIA011

3 Comments

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Abhay Dayal

Very profound words !

Tuesday, 26 December 2017
igniting_minds

Abhay Dayal

Very profound words !

Tuesday, 26 December 2017
igniting_minds

Kinnari Parekh

Nice lines.. Views are awsm..

Wednesday, 27 December 2017

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