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Life is a puzzle: poems and lyrics
Life is a jigsaw puzzle
It's not always fun and games
Life is what you make of it
And nothing ever remains the same
Life can test your courage
It can test your inner strength to endure
It can test your mental psyche
Life is a challenge for sure
Life is an exciting adventure
It can be a bumpy and rocky ride
But life is what you make of it
You don't need a "how to" guide
Life has many dimensions
Too enormous to even count
But life should always have a purpose
Void of any amount
Life can be enlightening
Indeed it can be challenging, too
It can be a roaring opportunity
But that depends on you
But never throw in the towel
Because things don't go your way
Just ride the tides of patience
And keep focused on your dreams each and every day.
by Juanita Bratcher
Life is a puzzle with difficult and missing pieces
Life is a challenge - meet it.
Life is a gift - accept it.
Life is an adventure - dare it.
Life is full of sorrow - overcome it.
Life is a tragedy - face it.
Life is a duty - perform it.
Life is a game - play it.
Life is a mystery - unfold it.
Life is a song - sing it.
Life is an opportunity - take it.
Life is a journey - complete it.
Life is a promise - fulfill it.
Life is a beauty - praise it.
Life is a struggle - fight it.
Life is a goal - achieve it.
Life is a puzzle - solve it.
Life is full of love - love it.
by Vickie G. Paver
The Puzzle of my life
Each piece shapes this grand puzzle,
this being, the puzzle of my life. . .
With every moment that passes,
another piece is added to the ongoing puzzle,
So many pieces have been carefully placed,
and so much have I learned,
And yet, there are still pieces that elude me. .
No matter how hard I try to affix them into this puzzle,
it just can’t be done,
These mysteries, these hidden secrets,
I try and try, and yet as I am unable to understand,
No matter how I turn it, flip it, or move it around,
it just won’t fit. . .
I suppose this means it’s just not meant to be,
Or at least, just not yet. . .
Or maybe these answers will only be found,
Upon entering eternity. . .
by Matthew Axelson
Everything I needed to know about life I learned from a jigsaw puzzle!
1. Don’t force a fit. If something is meant to be, it will come together naturally.
2. When things aren’t going so well, take a break. Everything will look different when you return.
3. Be sure to look at the big picture. Getting hung up on the little
pieces only leads to frustration.
4. Perseverance pays off. Every important puzzle went together bit by bit, piece by piece.
5. When one spot stops working, move to another. But be sure to come back later (see #4).
6. The creator of the puzzle gave you the picture as a guidebook.
7. Variety is the spice of life. It’s the different colors and
patterns that make the puzzle interesting.
8. Working together with friends and family makes any task fun.
9. Establish the border first. Boundaries give a sense of security
10. Don’t be afraid to try different combinations. Some matches are
11. Take time often to celebrate your successes (even little ones).
12. Anything worth doing takes time and effort. A great puzzle can’t
13. When you finally reach the last piece, don’t be sad. Rejoice in the masterpiece you’ve made and enjoy a well-deserved rest.
by Jacquie Sewell
Jigsaw puzzle of life
Like the seeds of the weeds
In an Autumn wind
We met out in mid air
And fell together
In a patch of ground
And grew to be a pair
But not a pair in the usual sense
As you were much too tall
With curly hair while mine was straight
And I was much too small
We were like interlocking pieces
In the Jigsaw Puzzle of Life
Now the puzzle is faded
Half the pieces are lost
It's limp with ten years wear
Our edges are ragged
And the fit is loose
I guess that we'd best take care
Our scene is pastoral
Naive like our minds
Not fun to be in some times
We want a change from the fields and the skies
And crave some dots or some lines
We were like interlocking pieces
In the Jigsaw Puzzle of Life
Kate & Anna Mcgarrigle Lyrics
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