Self-worth, For What It’s Worth

Self-worth, For What It’s Worth

We stare and stare into crowds
Nervous and exposed to the world around
Our thoughts adrift in a see of clouds
The words spoken without a sound

We define our lives by those we see
Forever condemned by their passing neglect
We fear their love, the judgement they decree
This thinning facade, only stolen smiles protect

Ugly, dumb; slow and fat
The words we hear as we lurk,  hidden in rancid smirks
Their definition becomes our disposition
Failing our will and breaking our skills

We must rise, me must learn
Not to envy and not to hate
Not value that others berate

We are whole and we are just
We are everything we are meant to be
Everything we hope to have

Don’t fall prey to empty voices
Head held high with a gaze so firm

Your value is yours

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Posted on January 22, 2014, in Love, Poetry, Strength of Character and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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