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#1 2012-09-07 14:58:23

judymills
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Life steps - a Poem

Life steps

First step, all fall down
Chubby knees feel the pain
Little palms smack the floor
Up you get, try again
Tears well up, lips pout
Deep breath, something to gain
Donít cry, donít cry
Up you get, try again

Little steps through life
Things go against the grain
Hearts break, faith waivers
Up you get, try again
Tears well up, spill over
Your energy begins to drain
Fear, uncertainty, disappointments
Up you get, try again

Bigger steps into the unknown
Obstacles still remain
Remember the lessons
Up you get, try again
Tears well up, swallow them down
No longer need you feign
You have done this before
Up you get, try again


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#2 2013-02-04 09:36:26

Hudson-Billy
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Re: Life steps - a Poem

This is so cute. The thing is we all can relate to this because not everyone's life is a breeze and we all encounter ups and downs in life.


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#3 2013-07-26 08:48:56

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Re: Life steps - a Poem

nice poem


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#4 2013-07-26 17:29:06

Phill Williams
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Re: Life steps - a Poem

hi judymills, nice poem. it sits well with me at the moment as i have a granddaughter that has reached the toddling stage. it's great watching her and the first verse is spot on. and of course we are all too aware of the second and third verses. thanks for sharing and well done.

phill


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