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Life’s a daze

A non-stop, fast-paced maze.


So hard to choose which path to take.

Single decision can make or break.


Pounding hearts and stolen looks.

Love, true and false, sinks in its hooks.


Growing older and growing up

Live life to the fullest, don’t see an empty cup.


Take a chance or take a dare.

But never take more than your share.


Give and take.

Leave nothing but happiness in your wake.


Only here for awhile.

Don’t let yourself live in denial.


I’ll try it one day…

That’s what we all say.


But don’t wait.

Do it now before it’s too late.


Do what you love and love who you will.

Always follow what you, in your heart, feel.   

About Briana Vedsted

I'm a writer and reader of western and fantasy books, friend of animals, lover of good food (mostly all food, really) and all-around happy girl.

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  1. Reblogged this on When I Became an Author and commented:

    My poem from the Community Storyboard.

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