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Believe in You

Give and take, correct mistakes, never show your greed
Let it out when your in doubt, ask for what you need
Lend a hand… when you can, don’t walk off from a friend
Stay there and take it, try to make it- from start until the end
Don’t be afraid to ask,… it’s no big task, say what’s on your mind
If they care, then they’ll be there and help you look for what you need to find
When your late, things can wait, when early, it means your one of the first– when all goes wrong, you must stay strong… or things could only get worse
Don’t let your gaurd down, where it can’t be found
Stand up for what you believe… never say never, or rely on the weather
Thank God for all you receive
Leave before trouble starts,- step forward, try not to fall back
Make a promise, do not break it- borrow something, never take it
Make up in areas you lack
Can’t forget what you’ll forever regret
Keep peace in all that you do
Never believe all that you hear
And only half of what you see may be true
Forgiving can be easy, forgetting is the hardest part
Remember the rules, be careful of fools–
They too, can break your heart
Try to remember what all I have said—
Though, it’s not easy to do
Believe in others, believe in God……
Most of all, believe in you
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Submitted by Sheilak on January 09, 2016

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Sheila King

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