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I Can go on

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I can go on,  
In spite of shattered dreams,
And broken promises,
I can go on,

I can go on,
When all seems lost,
And sorrow seems to,
Fragment my heart,
I can go on.

I can go on,
When pain seems to be
My best friend,
And joy threatens to subside,
I can go on.

I can forget,
The hurt of yesterday,
And embrace tomorrow,
Knowing that,
If I have love in my heart,
No matter what,
May come my way,
I can and will go on.

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  1. […] I Can go on (marvaseatonpoetry.wordpress.com) […]

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  2. emjayandthem says:

    Thank you for your words of inspiration, absolutely lovely

    MJ

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  3. aquaturtleme says:

    wonderful poem revealing the spirit to fight the disappointments & agonies any one & every one would’ve experienced at some stage of life… loved it dear!!!

    hugs,

    Rose

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