Two Sides of the Same Coin: Part 2

Turning Wheels
Wheels turning
Hit and miss between
Correct and wrong answer
Wandering eyes
Too difficult
Not willing to try
Very few getting my dilemma.

A fight
And a push
For what should be
Tug of war against
What is needed
And what is wanted
Threats, and the other team
Falls into the dirt,
Giving in
Placement into potential
One on one



Glace to the left
Whose name soared
To the top?
This person of disability
Of can't do and
Finicky attention span
Increased  performance
With a little can--do
Belief
Long shot to finish
Proof
Push in the right
Direction
Lends ability to try
No matter how thick
The sludge gets.

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I hope everyone has a great Sunday!

Corbyn


		
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One thought on “Two Sides of the Same Coin: Part 2

  1. Beth says:

    good one… sorry i have been so tied up.. trying to catch up on my reading now.
    xo

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