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Inherent- a poem

Updated on September 3, 2013
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Struggle from Md. Ziaul Hoque Source: flickr.com

Inherent

By Tony DeLorger © 2012


Inherent the fall to lesser ground,

instilled the obsolescence of humans bound,

to draw from potential and goodness laid,

within a soul of promise made.


Extracting the doubts and evil will,

buried deep within this human ill,

of ineptitudes not faced or dealt,

pervading all the suffering felt.


But within this conflict and struggled life,

beyond innate and uncertain strife,

there is a choice and nurturing light,

that hold us true in darkest night.


We are the captains of our course,

regardless of inherent force,

in choice do we find freedom’s gift,

in choice do we set our lives adrift.


Into a world of promise make,

a life fulfilled by past mistakes,

in accepting fault and truth in heart,

a life begins again from start.


Inherent traits are but a choice,

to accept of deny in strongest voice,

and follow our dreams and live in truth,

in joy and love our living proof.


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      Tony DeLorger 5 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Much appreciated Stan, nice to hear from you.

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      Tony DeLorger 5 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      You are kind Kara, and I appreciate your comment. Thanks for reading.

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      stanwshura 5 years ago

      Very eloquent - and you really show fabulous use of word economy *while* respecting metrical aesthetics and rhyming so authentically and naturally. No *WAY* an easy task.

      Philosophically, I'm still going my 15 rounds with your message. But your poetry is undeniable art. :)

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      Cara.R 5 years ago from New York

      Hi Tony, I enjoyed your poem and it is beautiful. I chose to read it out loud and the words melodically rolled off the tongue. The words seemed carefully chosen and the meaning of them are perfection. If I were to find this poem somewhere other than on Hub pages it would be under inspirational poetry. Well done.

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      Tony DeLorger 5 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Very much appreciated Sonia, I'm so glad you connected with the piece. Thanks for reading and your kind words.

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      sonia05 5 years ago from india

      I read your poem twice to really understand the message being conveyed. I am moved by it for sure and let me tell you that you have wriiten an excellent piece having pearls of great wisdom! I really like two lines of your hub:

      "in accepting fault and truth in heart,

      a life begins again from start"

      simply awesome!!! voted up!

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      Tony DeLorger 5 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Glad the words could help Simplicity4All. Sorry for your loss, and I pray you find peace and meaning in your grief. Take care.

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      Simplicity4All 5 years ago from Rhode Island, USA

      amazing, It seems like the universe really knows what we need. I have suffered a tragedy recently, the sudden loss of a loved one. Realizing 4 days had gone by and I had done NOTHING I finally came back on here to try and re-motivate and remember what it was like for things to be "normal" and I found this, and another similarly meaningful piece of writing. Both pieces captured the thoughts racing around my head and effortlessly put into words the things I cant seem to say, Perfect timing, thanks for sharing

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