Before We Take A Leap

Through out all adversaries,

where men take turns to gloat

let us weigh not, to frailty

As life resounds as grey-

canoes yet to float

Not on the waters of


For we dare not

let alone to obliterate and


As humanity personifies a

silvered pot

let us not allow these strains

to deter

A forfend journey to grace

while men take turns to pray

Within a usual embrace

where fate resembles no prey

Tomorrow shall be of


If we afford to move on

through today’s sustenance

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