LaSoaphia QuXazs (1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)
Looking into the eyes of Medussa, the Greek mythology's evil one
Will turn anyone into stone, they will be done.
Earthly problems are similar, you dwell on them or let them go,
You eat up yourself or ignore their existence, just saying: 'so? ? ? '
If you have a problem which I call challenge to solve
How do you face it, with calmness or anger, hate, blame everyone?
Or what do you do to resolve? ? ? ?
If you do your best, but do not chew on the problem,
Your subconscious will find the solution, will create a system.
After you learned the lesson, it will fade away,
New lesson will be presented, another will try your day.
So, it is better to do each day, face what come,
Enjoy every moment, no matter what you done,
Always follow your feelings, destiny lies in that,
Anyway what you put in, that is what you get.
So, choose wisely and carefully always! ! ! ! !
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