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MY SUCCESS STORY

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MY SUCCESS STORY

Stepping out from the 
tunnel of champion, 
Where my soul and victory 
have been bonded as a 
union.
Climbing higher than 
mountains, 
And for sure my victory is 
certain.
Fought many battles 
harder, 
And came through even 
stronger.
I race across every finish 
line, 
And makes the top stories 
and headlines.
I can hear the cheering 
crowd, 
And the screaming of my 
name aloud.
Roll out the drums, 
And blow the trumpet 
across cities and kingdoms.
For earth has begot a hero, 
A hero of class and defined 
ego.
Even when i don't get 
much love from my haters, 
The taste of victory grows 
even much sweeter.
Victory at last in the end, 
With so much foes and no 
friend.
The joy victory kept me 
going, 
And the zeal of winning 
kept me moving.
Created with the power of 
an immortal, 
That makes every 
conspiracy futile.
Inbuilt with the soul of a 
human, 
That's why am a super 
human.
Now standing at the 
pinnacle of greatness, 
After working through the 
road of success.
Hearing my name all over 
the corners of the earth, 
Gives me immeasurable joy 
i never once felt.
Each time i crumble or 
stumble, 
It makes me even more 
humble.
For winning is the aim, 
And victory is my name.
Finally am a success story, 
To God be the glory.
No matter the amount of 
hate i get, 
The more victorious i get.
The more they think i will 
fail, 
The more i make them look 
pale.
Even when my chances 
grows thinner, 
It really doesn't matter 
because in the end am a 
winner.

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