No one is perfect.

No one is perfect.

A Poem by Kay Salisu Titilola

This poem is all about human world, telling us that we have to endure whatever this life brings onto us..

Life is not all about perfection,
all you need is to try your best.
When you wandered into the land confusion,
and you found yourself in the world of challenges.
Giving it up is not the best option,
because life itself is not ready to come to an end.
Just fight harder to be a survivor,
and you'll found yourself among the best on earth.

No one can be hundred percent accurate,
because life itself is full of mistakes.
Everything that has an advantage,
always moves with their negativity face.
Sun light the earth in the day,
while darkness falls on earth at night.
This shows that earth is a place,
that always exist with two different sides.

Right goes on with wrong,
effect and defect are forever one.
Truth and lies are twin brother,
with a little identification.

You can only be righteous,
if you are greater in good deed.
And you turn a bad boy,
when you weigh more in crooked things.
The two works as one,
to make the world what it is.
And make you to understand,
what the life really teach.

Error is not by mistake,
it's a thing that have to happen.
Once it come,it bright up the brain,
and you learn from all that happened.

Failure is a step to success,
dreaming is the beginning of reality.
since to climb a mountain,
you have to start from the base.
then to be a little perfect,
you have to learn from your mistakes.

© 2016 Kay Salisu Titilola

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Kay Salisu Titilola
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We may not be perfect, but ppl sure as h*** make the world go round.

Posted 1 Year Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I really appreciate this poem. Everyone nowadays want things to get handed on a silver platter and once they don't get it they try to get things by using shortcuts which leads them to a complete wrong way. E ku ori ire oremi!

Posted 2 Years Ago

Kay Salisu Titilola

2 Years Ago

Thanks you very much Elvin.
And are you from Nigeria?
I like the message of the poem, accepting imperfections and achieving from the lessons learnt 'since to climb a mountain,
you have to start from the base'

Posted 2 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kay Salisu Titilola

2 Years Ago

Thank you, Solar.
Kay Salisu Titilola

2 Years Ago

I really appreciate your comment.

2 Years Ago

You are welcome

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Added on February 4, 2016
Last Updated on February 4, 2016


Kay Salisu Titilola
Kay Salisu Titilola

Ijebu ode, Ijebu ode, Nigeria

I love writing novels, poems and play, all doing my leisure time. And sometime, i do write poems due to my experience and what I see around me. Although I'm an engineer by profession, but I later di.. more..