Tuesday, January 25, 2011

There Comes a Point By Jasen Sousa

There Comes a Point

Sun blinds, do not turn your head and run from the signs.
They are there sometimes shadowed by timeless space, staring you in the face.
If your attention is not struck by church bell chimes, I hope the written word reminds,
and helps you begin your journey to a more peaceful, productive place.

Ignoring destiny can bring grave repercussions, dialog of deep discussions.
Staying at one location too long makes it hard to leave.
Being content with something you’ve grown accustomed to, no more lust in you.
If you think you can’t better yourself, it will be something you come to believe.

Drained of life, stagnant in your steps until there is nothing left.
No longer trying to learn, trying to improve.
The only thing in your heart that is kept is a life which you regret,
and you accept that you wake up and go to bed in a bad mood.

This is the moment everything changes, everything angers.
This is the point in your life when you must move on, you must!
Don’t worry about failing, your body’s equipped with healing.
Conquer insecurities, remove rust, keep the trust!

Taken From
A Mosaic of My Mind By Jasen Sousa (Written at age 24)

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