Monica Lanier

Rookie - 15 Points (Dirty Dirty South)

Fly, Fly High


Fly Fly High

Accept, affirm and aspire
To reach higher
Light that fire
Because you were chose
So compose your plight
Rewrite, ignite your foresight
And then take flight
This isn't no if, maybe or might
Visualize victory busting through bob wired barriers like a bright light
As you fight to reach great heights
Be aware of the haters delight
A shark gone bite and a sniper gone snipe
So inspire of what their insight may be
Use your kinetic energy to vivaciously spread your wings
And fly fly high
Discover determination and let it coincide
With motivation as you glide and collide with the sky
As you fly fly high.......
Don't let nobody tell you what you can't do

By: Monica Lanier - poeticmoonchild

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Topic of this poem: inspirational


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