Believe In Yourself
by Sagar Satpathy
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This is a Poem for Inspiring people of Today to March towards their Goal and achieve it. There is a saying "If there is a Will there is a Way" so "BELIEVE IN YOURSELF" and DIVINE and you will get 100% Success in your Life. Bring out the hidden talents and Discover the New You. Read this and Feel the Difference in your Attitude towards Life.
Believe in yourself and you can achieve,
Things you never thought possible.
Believe in yourself and you can discover,
New talents hidden inside you.
Believe in yourself and you can reach,
New high that you thought immeasurable.
Believe in yourself and you can elucidate,
The problem that defy every solution.
Believe in yourself and you can tackle,
The hardest of all situations.
Believe in yourself and you can make,
The complicated things seem simple.
Believe in yourself and you can enjoy,
The beauty of the nature’s creation.
Believe in yourself and you can learn,
Skill of gaining knowledge from experience.
Believe in yourself and you can discern,
New depths in your life.
Believe in yourself and you can perform,
Way beyond your expectations.
Believe in your aim and work towards it,
With elation, determination and dedication.
Believe in yourself and you’ll feel blessed,
As you are the god’s special creation.
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|Reviewed by Charlie
|Amazing the magic of a little positive thinking. Your repetition of "Believe in yourself" works in this poem to penetrate deep into the mind of the reader. I like too, that there's no rhyme that gets in the way of that penetrating mantra-- I'm not saying I don't like rhyme, because I eat it for lunch every day, but the concentration in the mind of the reader is not on stressing those end syllables, but the first and third lines themselves. Good write on what is often a trite subject. --Charlie|