See Things For What They Can Be

It’s Not A Stain

I have been hit
I have been plummeted
I have been bruised
But I still stand

Throughout my journey
As time passes by
I see the light
In the bright blue sky

I do not run
I do not fall
I stand and take hits
Through it all

If I fail along the way
It is not complete
But only one time
To say the least

There are many one times
And I wear them well 
It is my armour
This I can tell

Though it is heavy in weight
It does not way me down
With my head lifted high
I wear the armour with crown

For the battle rages on
The fight is relentless
If I don’t stand guard
I’ll be knocked senseless

My armour is strong
No need to be grim
Armour made from life’s trials
That were sent by Him


This one I had written on paper for about a week…unfinished. I couldn’t go to bed without saying goodnight to my friends at One Shot…I’ll be checking some of you out later…


Comments on: "It’s Not A Stain" (7)

  1. smiles. we all take hits and depending on the foundation we stand on, we get back up again…


  2. no matter what always gotta get back up


  3. "I wear the armour with crown" I like that image. keep on fighting and don't ever give up..


  4. Armour made from life's trial… great work. The life's tribulations and getting out of it, unscathed so beautifully portrayed. I enjoyed it so much. Thanks ॐ शांति ॐOm Shanti OmMay peace be… praying for People of Japan me at Twitter @VerseEveryDay


  5. That's the way to go, Reggie!! Awesome!! Loved the spirit of the poem!! With hurdles comes the strength to overcome them too!! Very well said in the poem, my friend!


  6. @Brian…so, so true@gautami tripathy…Thank you@ACE…so right@Adam…Gotta keep moving forward@Shash…Our experiences in life are truly for our learning.@Kavita…You are becoming my strength! Thanks so much.


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