I was a toddler laughing around
Teaching nature what she wanted to show
Laughing and jumping all the while,
Carefree, childlike, having no foe.
I became a extrovert in my teen days
Not being afraid of being provoked
Because I knew well how to tackle
And cross that, on my path, were purposely invoked.
Nearing the end of the teenage life,
I became a secluded soul so much so
That I lost my true identity for once
Letting fate overpower my boldness at one go.
But, no more will I be afraid to fall
As, in falling, we seek the path to swim at bay,
And bloom as the most beautiful flower on the earth – – –
This promise I make on my twentieth birthday.
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