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My True Self

It storms, but I'm going on,
The best ever years are gone,
Another milestone's behind,
I keep all its lessons in mind.

When haunted by shades of regret,
I feel imperceptible fret,
They paint me what once could be mine
Then sink in a bottle of wine.

I cannot erase my mistakes,
Undo them whatever it takes,
I wouldn't get back if I could,
Remorse will not do me much good. 

I'm living between the extremes,
Preferring one aim to all dreams,
I carved my true self out of ice
That turned into stone by surprise.

It's just a new stage of my youth
And since I discovered my truth
I'll stay sober-blooded and smart
And get only younger at heart.

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  1. Date: 5/14/2015 4:27:00 PM

    Enjoyable poem, Ria. True, we cannot erase what has been done, but we can learn from past mistakes. I like how you end this poem with a sense of positivity. All the best. paul
  1. Date: 5/14/2015 11:07:00 AM

    A soothing feeling on reading, a wish to come back To read the deep words, along the deeper track.

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