Motivation

Motivation

A Poem by Rivaxorus
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Keep on going~!

"
It's like that tiny ray of sun -
difficult to get to
easy to understand

Look ahead of you right now -
look where you can
if you fall try again

Maybe it looks out of reach,
maybe you don't think you can win
but you can

If no one else can do it -
you can
you just need to try and try again

And the end of that tunnel-
that's the ray of sun
and your favorite treat as well

So no matter what anyone says
keep on walking
keep on being you

© 2015 Rivaxorus


Author's Note

Rivaxorus
don't give up hope

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**Caution Honesty**
I like the message. But I feel it is a little generic.
Now, please don't take offense to to this. I like it. But it doesn't make me feel more than any other motivational speech out there.
It needs to be brought to a stronger and more personal level.
But it works on a level that is generalized for many people, so it is encouraging.

Posted 4 Years Ago


i like it. It is very motivating. :)

Posted 4 Years Ago


energy boost for your crazy friends at school to eat out of your hands.

Posted 4 Years Ago


Very wise advice and I agree.
"So no matter what anyone says
keep on walking
keep on being you"
Thank you for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 4 Years Ago


Awesome, positive message! I have a couple pieces you may enjoy, called
I♡HATERS and Keep Your Head Up... Thanks for sharing your uplifting message
and b-blessed!

Posted 4 Years Ago



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Added on February 21, 2015
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Rivaxorus
Rivaxorus

Apple Valley, CA



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Hello there my name is Abby Lawless, although I do prefer the nickname Rivaxorus. I'm Seventeen years old and live in California. I love writing, I'm hoping to make a career and live off of working wi.. more..

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