Poem: I Feel Better

When I stay single
It doesn’t mean loneliness
that I was overwhelmed with
Conscious and sane as I am
I learned that nothing is perfect
Life is a beautiful route even
Without you, here with me
The road ahead is unpredictable
I wouldn’t be where I stand if
there’re no bumps and swirls ahead


2 thoughts on “Poem: I Feel Better

  1. The Rev. Wilfredo Benitez October 15, 2013 at 4:18 am Reply

    It’s not an easy journey is it? But we learn new things every step of the way, even when we would rather not learn anything!

    • Deborah Wong October 15, 2013 at 11:50 pm Reply

      Thanks for your comment, Rev. Benitez. A mortal wouldn’t stop learning ’til the day he/she dies. No one will know how strong you can go (even you wuoldn’t know) ’til you’ve been put to a test (sometime it’s a rather difficult situation that you wished you’ve not been born to this place). I planned a lot but things doesn’t turn out the way. I hope it’ll get better. 🙂 I truly appreciate your comment. 🙂

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