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The Dreamer of the Crowd

By Parsavagely/May Hayashi All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Advice from a growing soul

This to the lost:

Don't try too hard

To find meaning

For once you stop searching

It tends to find you


This to the afraid:

It's alright to be scared

Don't call yourself weak

For more often than not

The ones who fear have faced the worst


This to the grieving:

Whatever you lost is never gone

For it will live on

In your memories

For as long as you need


This to the confused:

Admitting you don't know is hard

So be confused if things are confusing

And once you work it out

The accomplishment will be worthwile


This to myself:

Never change because someone told you to

Change because you want to

And don't be afraid to undo that change

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CalvinPeat: This is a great concept, and you've done a largely excellent job of capturing the voice of Mal.You convey Mal's inner struggle well. Perhaps, though, you could reflect the hope in verses 13-17 of Psalm 90 a bit more. A suggestion: in the current version, Mal seems to be losing hope in the idea of...

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