Poem: Never Ever

I’ve heard so much,
I’m here to stay,
I’ve been inspired,
By love and many other things,
Beautiful and bittersweet,
Life’s not about ranting,
Is to give thanks to the best,
And be grateful for the less,
For tomorrow comes to place,
Where you work towards the Ace.

I know. I know. I’m behaving like some kind of a poetic b**ch. But there’s something so strong within me that I have to get it out. So, I’m putting Wishlist Wednesday on hold for today.

I was at the daycare ward today, hearing so many stories shared by some patients (heart-wrenching and heart-warming). I’ve learned enough, but not a lot. I’ve learned that life is unpredictable. That’s number one. Therefore you shouldn’t take life for granted, that includes your health.

One thought on “Poem: Never Ever

  1. Jasmine Lacson Reonisto March 14, 2015 at 1:43 pm Reply

    It further tells us that the writer is still decided to stay in her field even though there is many hindrance in her life. She’d still do the same and just ignored what others says against her. She focused on the things and people that makes her inspired of . Whether it’s beautiful or not . Because she believes that life is not about ranting , meaning it’s not about expressing at length a complaint or negative opinion about the happenings in your life. It’s about accepting the fact and be thankful and grateful for whatever the result is. For time will come that you will achieve what deserves for you and someday you will be somebody and be known as an expert like others you’re reaching for.
    I therefore conclude this because I’d read some of Ms.Debbie’s own story especially on people who pull her down .

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