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Oh My Precious Life, Please Move a Little Slowly.~~A Poem About The Journey Called Life
Oh My Dear Life~~~~ Please Move A Little Slowly!
© Chitrangada Sharan Feb. 2015
All Rights Reserved.
Please move a little slowly, Oh dear life;
for there are duties to perform;
for there are tears to wipe out;
for there are debts to be paid;
In your fast pace, Oh dear life;
Some close ones were left behind'
Some dear ones sulked,
Some dear ones got offended;
Move a bit slowly, Oh dear life;
For I've to make amends with them;
For I've to make them smile and laugh;
For I've to reconcile with them.
Life will always have a different plan for you. If you don’t give up, you will eventually get to your destination. But towards the end of your life, you may look back and realize that it was never really about the destination; it was the journey that counted.”
― King Samuel Benson
Move a bit slowly, Oh Life!
There are dreams to be fulfilled;
There are duties to be completed;
And then those unfulfilled desires,
Give me some time, so they are buried;
Some relationships got broken;
And the ones that couldn't be made;
Move a little slowly, Oh dear Life!,
For there are many bruises to heal.
Move a little slowly Oh life!
For I have to prepare my loved ones;
Who live for me and I for them;
Who breathe for me and I for them.
“The difficulties of life are part of life’s journey on earth. Grace is needed for endurance.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita,
Oh My Dear Life!
Move a little slowly, Oh dear life!
You move ahead and I will follow you;
As Can I live without you?
Oh life! The path of life was long,
But we traveled with a song;
Fears and tears all along;
But the cheers made us move along.
Since there is a belief;
------and an assurance,
that 'GOD' does not want us to be the best;
But he wants us to do our best;
And 'He' will take care of the rest!
© Chitrangada Sharan 26th Feb. 2015
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Life is too short and uncertain. Lets not waste a single moment.
Life is a journey, source: You tube.
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