Poem 56.   BACK TO SQUARE ONE

Poem 56. BACK TO SQUARE ONE

A Chapter by Margaux (Dhaye)
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Where do I start?

"


Where do I begin

The steps which would make me

move from where I lie?

The mud, the dirt, the thorns

Are all over my frame


Where do I start?

 

I want to keep my chin up

After all the storms

that had tried to blow me away.

 Yes, I deserved to smile

To laugh, to live


But where do I start?


Now that I have nothing

And I feel like I am nothing?

 Back to square one

But still on the fence…

 




© 2013 Margaux (Dhaye)


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I understand this poem. I stood on the fence many times wondering where I must go?
"I want to keep my chin up
After all the storms
that had tried to blow me away.
Yes, I deserved to smile
To laugh, to live"
I believe all of us need a second chance. Thank you for the outstanding poetry.
Coyote




Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Thanks, CP. :)



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Pax
Yes, I deserved to smile
To laugh, to live

~ everybody deserveds that, it's that sometimes in life we go through some challenges that is hard to brake, that we can't smile and laugh like we used to... i missed that me before... but we do all change. I can relate to this poem so well, greatly expressive my pretty friend!

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Glad you can relate to the concept, Bro. I appreciate the kind words. Sad that you can't hear the mu.. read more
Pax

6 Years Ago

wala talaga akong marinig... the words itself is enough... and your most welcome!
Being on the fence or back to square one denotes that this person has tried and failed and they are back to home base planning and plotting another strategy of winning or even thinking what to do next...A very good poem...Bravo

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Thanks, Sami.
Sami Khalil

6 Years Ago

You are welcome...:)................
I understand this poem. I stood on the fence many times wondering where I must go?
"I want to keep my chin up
After all the storms
that had tried to blow me away.
Yes, I deserved to smile
To laugh, to live"
I believe all of us need a second chance. Thank you for the outstanding poetry.
Coyote




Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Thanks, CP. :)
We always start/stand from where we fall and most importantly, not on the other side of the fence for that would mean another fall =).

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Hello, naning. Music- prompt lang yan. Hehe. Theme song ko yan sa profile page ko eh..napanood ko na.. read more
Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Thank you so much, Gab.

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