The Race

October 18, 2007
By Derek Snyder, Bath, NY

Starting out can be the hardest part
In which you lack the will and heart
You're not ready for a race
You can't even set a pace

Yoyr pain threshold is very weak
But you work harder every week
And through experience and time
Losing isn't such a crime

You learn to accept dissapointment
For obstacles arise at any moment
Pain and sorrow becomes your might
You now know how to win the fight

You have confidence within you
And can handle all that you chew
You are redy to win your race
Even against your twin


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