hopes and Writes

I’m pushing myself to always find time for writes, school, music and some minor commitment keep creating a resistance. Oh, and what about poetry? I need more time for poetry too; luckily my poetry is taking an interesting form as I’m looking into going to songwriting.

An effort to maximize efficiency, combine two of my hobbies — writing and music. Wish me luck. And before you do, let me share:

Maybe we might not realize the worth of it,
It might seem very far off.
Our hopes, our dreams, our inspirations, the achievements.
We might push for a re-think,
We might doubt the it,
All, might seem bleak.
And here is our assurance:
Tough times never last,
But tough people do.

Maybe, certainty that we can make it.

20 Comments

  1. “Wish me luck” <– really? i thought u didnt believe in luck 😛

    tough times never last, but tough ppl do 🙂 wat makes one “tough”? wat is a “tough” time? is it a time when we are abt to give up? when in our minds we think, know, and believe this is the end?
    or is it when the tender seedling pierces its way through the hard ground? which i believe is not a tough time, but really a time to rejoice. the “tough” times shud not be seen as negative (thats not the rite word but i cant think of anything else), but as the only thing that makes us grow. and we r all tough in our own ways. something as simple as walking is a tough job, ask someone who cant walk….

  2. Saying “luck” is similar to me telling someone to “say your prayer for me” — not that I believe in prayers, some do.

    “Tough” is had to define objectively, irrespective of our I use it, I can only hope that one interprets it in the sense that I intend — not that any other interpretation is wrong.
    And what is my interpretation? Those times in our lives when we wish it was better, and as you quipped, and we're thinking of giving up.

    There are many who of course would find tough times desirable but unless one is a sadist or masochist, we would prefer to opt for pleasure over pain.

  3. Saying “luck” is similar to me telling someone to “say your prayer for me” — not that I believe in prayers, some do.

    “Tough” is had to define objectively, irrespective of our I use it, I can only hope that one interprets it in the sense that I intend — not that any other interpretation is wrong.
    And what is my interpretation? Those times in our lives when we wish it was better, and as you quipped, and we're thinking of giving up.

    There are many who of course would find tough times desirable but unless one is a sadist or masochist, we would prefer to opt for pleasure over pain.

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