The Boy With A Dream

October 5, 2011
By PoeticAbhi BRONZE, Royal Commission, Jubail, Other
PoeticAbhi BRONZE, Royal Commission, Jubail, Other
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Favorite Quote:
Life is like a bicycle, to keep the balance one needs to keep moving.

Amidst the fun and games at school
Between the play and study at home
Emerged a boy, legend had told
Would do the world good, for it was in his blood

His dream, it seemed, was a bit too high
But he knew limits were way beyond the sky
He had a life-long dream to touch a star
Jump all hurdles that might prevent him from going that far

He was met with dissapointment
Everywhere he went, Everyone he consulted
But his dream did not submerge
His courage was for a minute halted

But he went on doing
What he thought was right;
So grew a soldier covered in blood
In life's tough and exhausting fight

In the end, it was a showcase of pure desire
To do what he wanted, he walked through fire
He went up high, touched stars and even saw our planet
Who knew that such a boy had so much to go through to get.

The author's comments:
My first poem, an inspirational type.

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