Monica Lanier

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Remember Me


This world is full of many different things
But never underestimate the tragedies it may bring
Life will present many different paths
Misgivings, frustrations and mishaps
The wrong route will present itself a million times
So let your conscious ring like wind chimes and choose to shine
Your feet will get tired and you will want to take the short route
Never take it, for when you do trouble can come about
Nothing is easy in this life you will see
So when you are down, remember me

Don't let the world fill your heart with hate
Demonstrate an escape by carrying faith
Seek GOD and allow him to choose your destiny
Don't let the world blind you so you cannot see the iniquities
Think of the good instilled inside of you
And it will give you what you need to make it through
Think of all the memories we had and be glad
For life allowed the good to outweigh the bad
Think of all the love I gave before my soul was set free
Carry it inside of your heart, and remember me

Written By: Monica Lanier - Poeticmoonchild

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: hope


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