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Tina Chan


Losses and Wins


Losses and Wins
An endless cycle
Often appear on the losing side
Yet things even out
In the end do we win some and loose some

Losses and Wins
Lost some
My best friend
Ten years of life
My beloved home
Forest Hills
Life's savings
An amazing chef
A secured job
Confidence
Hong Kong
Mental health
A personal driver
Direction finder
Contemporary furniture

Losses and Wins
Won some
Freedom
Power of One
A new chapter
Free-spirited
Independence
No leftovers
Peace of mind

Losses and Wins
Accept the losses as lessons learned
The wins fumigate the losses
As one cannot put a price tag on the wins in life

Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012
Edited: Thursday, August 23, 2012

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